Scientists were dismayed when, as they watched the Huygens probe fall to the surface on Saturn's moon Titan, one of its key experiments failed. At the time, it looked like vital science would be lost, but now, after two years of painstaking reconstruction, the teams have been able to piece together an astonishingly detailed …
"If it is confirmed as a natural phenomenon, it will give them a way to probe into the moon's subsurface, to search for things like underground oceans."
if its not natural then what would it be...? ET?
I assume they mean it could be interference
from one of the machines (Huygens or Cassini) or something Earth-bound receiving the data.
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