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|Above: Artists impression of raindrops on Titan. By JustV23 on deviantart.|
The drops would fall slowly in the low gravity, and would be twice as big terrestrial drops - a Titanian rainstorm would be like a cloud of small, downward drifting, marbles.
Although, at over a hundred and sixty degrees below freezing, considerably more dangerous.
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|In this infrared view of Titan the white streaks are storm clouds, thousands of kilometres long, which are bringing rain to the moon's vast black desert plains. Courtesy of JPL/ NASA.|
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