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Synchrotron used to find structure of new material on surface of Titan

An ANSTO Planetary Materials scientist has used the Australian Synchrotron to identify the structure of a new material that could be crucial in understanding the hydrological cycle on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, and important in assessing its potential habitability. Saturn's moon Titan [Credit: ANSTO]Helen Maynard-Casely used the Powder Diffraction instrument at the Synchrotron to determine the atomic structure of the new...

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