In the outer parts of our solar system, icy worlds such as Jupiter's moon Europa and Saturn's moon Enceladus display evidence of subsurface oceans. These places are ocean worlds that may be habitable for some form of life... though not for humans. However, Saturn's largest moon Titan is also an ocean world and is unique in that it has a dense atmosphere. This atmosphere and other unique characteristics make Titan the most habitable place in the outer solar system for humans. Join Amanda Hendrix, senior scientist at the Planetary Science Institute, to explore the habitability of worlds in the outer solar system.

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