James Webb Telescope snaps awesome images of Saturn Moon Titan (NASA James Webb Space Telescope)

Like always this time too James Webb Telescope has managed to stun scientists with the image it has captured of Saturn Moon Titan. (NASA James Webb Space Telescope)

The James Webb Space Telescope's infrared views of Saturn's moon Titan has stunned astronomers with its detailed rendering of one of the most talked about moons in the universe. (NASA James Webb Space Telescope)

Shockingly, Saturn has as many as 83 moons, and Titan is one of them. What makes Titan Moon so special is that it is the second largest moon in our solar system. (NASA James Webb Space Telescope)

Titan is like Earth in many ways and at the same time it is different.  NASA says, "Like Earth, Titan's atmosphere is primarily nitrogen, plus a small amount of methane. It is the sole other place in the solar system known to have an earthlike cycle of liquids raining from clouds, flowing across its surface, filling lakes and seas, and evaporating back into the sky (akin to Earth's water cycle)." (NASA)

However, the difference lies in the fact that the Liquid filling these bodies is composed of hydrocarbons including methane and ethane, not water. (NASA)

Webb Telescope, which was launched just a few months ago, has some marvellous technology onboard like infrared cameras to study Titan’s atmosphere, weather patterns and gaseous composition. (Webb Telescope Twitter)

Now, astronomers, by using the telescope's NIRCam (Near-Infrared Camera) instrument, have found out that the bright spot in the Northern-hemisphere is a large cloud. (NASA)

The next target for NASA is to find out whether the clouds were moving to know about the air flow at the surface of Titan. (NASA)

The researchers have also collected Tian’s spectra using Webb’s NIRSpec (Near-Infrared Spectrograph), which helps them to get access to many wavelengths which cannot be detected by ground-based telescopes. (NASA)

Most significantly of all, although Titan tends to have some qualities like Earth, there is no evidence of Life on Titan. However, the jury is still out on that aspect. (NASA)

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