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Arizona's Jonathan Lunine presented a lecture entitled "Titan: A Personal View after Cassini's first six months in Saturn orbit" at a NASA Director's Seminar on January 24, 2005. Lunine discusses the question of missing methane in an edited transcript of Part 2. Astrobiology Magazine -- "How much methane is really in the surface and atmosphere of Titan today? How much has been there in the history of Titan?Methane is a carbon atom surrounded by four hydrogen atoms, and it can be broken apart...
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