Titan Lake In-situ Sampling Propelled Explorer

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Titan Lake In-situ Sampling Propelled Explorer (TALISE) is a proposed space probe. It was presented at the European Planetary Science Congress on September 27, 2012. If this space probe is accepted, it will be sent to Ligeia Mare, a lake on Saturn's biggest moon named Titan. It's purpose is to study the liquid on the moon and take scientific measurements while it sails to the coast.[1][2]

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  1. Science, SPACE com Staff 2012-10-01T11:20:51Z; Astronomy. "Proposed Space Boat Could Explore Lakes On Saturn's Moon Titan". Space.com.
  2. "Navigating the seas of Titan, Saturn's largest moon". ScienceDaily.