If Land becomes a resident, an NASA engineer named Janelle Wellons says we should think of the arrangement of Saturn's Titan moon, and he has a laundry list of reasons why – along with that you can fly flapping your arms
"It has a thick atmosphere that can help protect us from space radiation," Wellons wrote to Reddit. "It's so huge that we can attach the wings to our arms and fly this month. I do not know, it looks like a wonderful place to live."
Comments by Wellon came in a Reddit form where NASA engineers, scientists and pilots were asked from the public. A Redditor asked where the team recommended fixing if the conditions on Earth had become inaccurate, and the Wellons spoke on what he said was a "more interesting answer than the standard Mars or Moon response. "
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Despite Wellon's zeal, there are certain downsides in Titan. It only takes about one percent of the sun's sunshine, and according to NASA's research its highest temperature is a cold temperature -292 degrees Fahrenheit.
But Wellon is still a fan. "Now for the conditions above – not as rough as you might think," he wrote. "Titan is the only place besides the Earth known to have the fluid in the form of lakes and seas on it. These liquids are made of methane but, armed with the right kind of protective gear, a person is can swim without any damage! "