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BYU Scientist Finds a Towering Mountain on an Earth-like Moon

Photo courtesy of NASA

NASA featured the work of Jani Radebaugh this week, who discovered a 10,948 foot peak on Saturn’s largest moon.

“As explorers, we’re motivated to find the highest or deepest places, partly because it’s exciting. But Titan’s extremes also tell us important things about forces affecting its evolution,” said Radebaugh, a geology professor at BYU.

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