Titan resembles earth in early stages with ocean of methane and crust made of wet sand and clay. Analysis of information obtained from the Huygens space probe shows hays of
Methane, an ocean of methane and islands.
Titan most likely resembles the earth in very early stages of evolution.
"It is almost impossible to resist speculating that the flat dark material is some kind of drainage channel, that we are seeing some kind of a shoreline," said scientist Marty Tomasko from the University of Arizona, head of the camera team. "We still don't know if it has liquid in it."
Later it was confirmed that it was a sea methane with defined shorelines.
An image taken on the surface shows chunks of what scientists say looks like water ice scattered over an orange surface overcast by methane haze.
That is a major break trough. Titan is in deep freeze. The methane liquefies into liquid and water is super cooled to ice. And what that means is that Titan does or is in the process of having some kind of life form.
Life can exist in sub zero temperatures. But the life form is of different kind. According to experts in Pune University, what Titan has showed at least confirms that some form of life there in Titan.
In addition, temperature under the orange crust can be much higher especially with hotter inner core. That gives indication life similar to ours is also possible in Titan.