School: Kowsar High School
Titania, the largest and most interesting moon of Uranus, has a great secret inside. Uranus is made up mostly of “ice,” a mixture of water, methane, and ammonia, which throws these materials into diamonds toward Titania. Titania probably lost its older surface under an initial event. The surface of Titania is cut by valleys and faults, which are the result of cooling of its interior. Most titania processes are endogenous. For example, at the boundary between the core and the mantle of carbonaceous matter, there are organic compounds and frozen ice. On the other hand, the strange absences of Titania (receiving 42 years of continuous light and 42 years of absolute darkness) and the available ammonia turn frozen ice into a liquid ocean. A very interesting hypothesis is that probably in 42 years of receiving sunlight, all of Titania’s crystallized ice will liquefy and the trapped methane will decompose, which can be used for a variety of factors. Also, some plants grow only in the presence of sunlight or absolute darkness. Sending infrared spectrum helps us to simulate the growth space of plants and study the chemical properties of this moon. On the other hand, the conversion of carbon dioxide into oxygen causes the formation of the main part of life, namely water and oxygen. Titania is larger, more complete, and more like human Earth than other Uranus moons. Although we do not know much about this moon now, we can discover more interesting things with more research. These discoveries help man to increase his level of vision and to form many questions in his brain and to adventure to find answers.
In 42 years of receiving sunlight, will all ice turn into liquid ?!
Is it possible to cultivate ?!
Is it possible to count on the life of Titania ?!