Saturn’s moon, Titan, is a strange and mysterious world. It may have the right ingredients for life to evolve, either now, or in the future.

The talk gives an overview of this Earth-like world and the space missions that have paid it a visit. This extraordinary moon is discussed in detail in this captivating presentation, which features scientific findings, audio and visual recordings from the Huygens Lander, and ideas about the existence of Titanites. The presentation is full of exceptional images – both from orbit and on the surface – and is delivered in easy-to-understand language, explaining the more difficult concepts in layman’s terms.

The European Space Agency, along with NASA, have played an important role in investigative science at Titan. Many discoveries have been made, but many mysteries remain to be solved. The talk also outlines mission proposals for the future.

This talk is suitable for everyone, from clubs and school groups, to astronomy events and science festivals. It lasts about an hour, followed by an optional question and answer session. To find out more, or to discuss availability, drop us an email or give us a ring on 01424 420968.

For costs and booking info, see the main Talks page.