Saturn's Largest Moon Titan
Features some very Earth-like landscapes: lakes and rivers, labyrinthine canyons, and soft sand dunes
However, These Geological
Formations on Titan are made of entirely different materials.
Instead Of Water
It's liquid methane that flows through rivers, and instead of sand, it's hydrocarbons that blow into dunes.
For Years, Scientists Have Been
Stumped by how these landscapes came to be, given their un-Earth-like composition. But now they've determined a very plausible theory.
Because Titan's Sediments Are
Theorized to be made from solid organic compounds, they should be far more fragile than the silicate-based sediments found on Earth.
Thus Nitrogen Wind And Liquid
Methane should wear Titan's sediments down to fine dust, which wouldn't be able to support such varied structures.