On November 12, 1980, when Voyager 1 flew into the Saturn system and aimed its camera at the massive moon, it got a mixed result. The reason for disappointment is that this huge moon is covered by a thick atmosphere and its surface cannot be seen; the happy place is that it is one of the few planets in the solar system with such a thick and mysterious atmosphere.
A few large moons of the solar system have atmospheres, but the gas in these atmospheres is like a veil covering the surface. However, Titan's photo retouching service atmosphere is four times denser than Earth's, and the resulting atmospheric pressure is half that of Earth. The main component of Titan's atmosphere is nitrogen, which also makes up 80% of Earth's atmosphere.
As for the outer atmosphere of the satellite, it is covered with a layer of photochemical smog (Smog, chemicals harmful to the environment and health), which is similar to the gas that collects in the night sky of Los Angeles. This evaporating gas from the ocean, like a witch's cauldron, reacts here to the weak sunlight. Such reactions may produce the basic substances that DNA needs, such as amino acids, which eventually fall back down to