The international scientific group is preparing to study in detail the atmosphere of Saturn's largest satellite, Titan, during which many measurements will be made. In particular, experts will try to find traces of an alien life that has been slipping out of their hands for decades.
In the evening of June 18, a rare cosmic phenomenon will begin, which is called astronomers "space ballet." It will happen at a time when the moon of Saturn passes by a bright luminary, which will allow a much better view of the surface of the object. This can be compared to when the Moon passes between the Sun and our planet, so that parts of the Earth’s satellite hidden in other conditions become visible.
Specialists of the two organizations UWA and SOFIA launched a joint project to study Titanium from two different points. Then all collected information will be carefully analyzed. Saturn’s satellite is considered to be a potentially inhabited space object, so experts hope that this time they will be able to detect any organic compounds, and this event, without a doubt, will become a sensational and turning point in the scientific field.