|ESA Science & Technology||04-Jul-2005 06:31:11|
Last Update: 15 Feb 2005Visibile light cannot escape from the veil of orange smog that covers Titan's surface. The moon's dry cold atmosphere causes a 300 km thick layer of smog to build up. The smog, just like on Earth, forms when sunlight interacts with hydrocarbon molecules.
Table indicating the primary constituents of Titan's atmosphere
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