Large craters best bet for life on Titan, says study

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Large craters on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, are the prime locations to search for the building blocks of life, according to a study. Using imagery and data from the Cassini spacecraft and Huygens probe, scientists led by Catherine Neish from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, zeroed on the best places to look for biological molecules on the surface of Titan.