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  • adj. Of, or pertaining to Titan, the largest moon of Saturn.
  • adj. Of, or pertaining to Titania, the largest moon of Uranus.
  • adj. Variant of Titanic.
  • n. An inhabitant of Titan (the Saturnian moon)


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  • In the lower right and upper center of the image, the two wrinkly features are actually small Titanian mountains.

    A Double-Dose of Cassini Goodness | Universe Today

  • Conversely, any Titanian deep-lake divers in a few thousand years will fare much better in the lakes of the south.

    Lake Asymmetry on Titan Explained | Universe Today

  • It seems that Drax is acting out his rage over Mar-vell's recent defeat of Thanos, the Titanian born Eternal who caused the death of Drax's human body and his rebirth in his new form.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • And the Titanian goddess, the moon, rising from a far land, beheld her as she fled distraught, and fiercely exulted over her, and thus spake to her own heart:

    The Argonautica

  • Titanian root was cut; and the son of Iapetus himself groaned, his soul distraught with pain.

    The Argonautica

  • Titanian maid, daughter of Merops, because of her beauty; but my fair form hath proved the curse of Dardan Troy and doomed Achaea's sons.


  • Given the potential for science return, it is certain that Earth will send additional probes to the Titanian surface.

    Exploring Volcanism in our Solar System: A complete survey of all geologically active bodies

  • So this is the picture you would have at the window of Titanian Airlines as you fly across the surface of Titan.

    Carolyn Porco flies us to Saturn

  • They probably plan on feeding Robertson to a rabid Titanian cloud-drifer.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Here's an impressive visualization of the Huygens probe's descent through the Titanian atmosphere based on telemetry and photographic data.

    Archive 2006-05-01


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