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Recent images from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, currently touring Saturn and its moons, have revealed Brigadoon-likeislands on one of Titan’s largest seas, features that appear, disappear, then re-appear.

Scientists have whimsically named these Magic Islands. Their vanishing act is one of several recent discoveries planetary scientists have made regarding the northern hemisphere’s liquid-hydrocarbon seas and lakes at a time when the hemisphere heads toward its summer solstice.

These vast reservoirs of liquid hydrocarbons are centered around the moon’s north pole region, where they are thought to play a key role in the moon’s equivalent to Earth’s water cycle. In Titan’s case, it’s the methane cycle, where the liquid methane at the surface of the lakes and seas evaporates, rises to condense as clouds, then returns to the surface as methane rain. Liquid methane flows in to streams and rivers, sculpting the moon’s surface on their return to lakes and seas.

These features are strikingly similar to processes on Earth, making Titan Saturn’s largest moon an explorer’s Utopia, said Alexander Hayes, a planetary scientist at Cornell University during a briefing at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society’s Division of Planetary Sciences in Tucson, Ariz. Dr. Hayes is a member of the science team reporting the results at the meeting.

Researchers first discovered a magic island just off of a peninsula jutting into Ligeia Mare, Titan’s second largest sea a body of mainly liquid methane that covers slightly more than 48,600 square miles of the moon’s surface.

The team detected it in July 2013 using Cassini’s radar. When the team looked again about 16 days later, the feature was gone. On another Cassini pass over Titan in August, the feature reappeared. It was unclear if the feature the radar detected was a surface feature, such as the action of tiny waves, or perhaps represented a geological structure that only revealed itself when the viewing angle was just right.

Cassini’s August pass provided the answer when it discovered a similar feature in Kraken Mare, the largest of the moon’s northern-hemisphere seas. In addition to radar, Cassini’s Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer also spotted a magic-island feature in Kraken Mare. The spectrometer’s data suggested that either small waves or wet ground was responsible for the signature the instrument picked up.

The team is leaning to the wave interpretation because given the size of Kraken Mare it covers some 154,000 square miles, roughly the size of the Caspian or Black Seas the sea would have had to have lost a fair bit of methane to expose even a shallow bottom at that location and over such a wide area.

Such wave action would be expected as the northern hemisphere warms and kicks up winds.

Cassini also has proven unexpectedly adept at determining the depths of the seas as well as their composition, Dr. Hayes explained.

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Recent images from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, currently touring Saturn and its moons, have revealed Brigadoon-likeislands on one of Titan’s largest seas, features that appear, disappear, then re-appear.

Scientists have whimsically named these Magic Islands. Their vanishing act is one of several recent discoveries planetary scientists have made regarding the northern hemisphere’s liquid-hydrocarbon seas and lakes at a time when the hemisphere heads toward its summer solstice.

These vast reservoirs of liquid hydrocarbons are centered around the moon’s north pole region, where they are thought to play a key role in the moon’s equivalent to Earth’s water cycle. In Titan’s case, it’s the methane cycle, where the liquid methane at the surface of the lakes and seas evaporates, rises to condense as clouds, then returns to the surface as methane rain. Liquid methane flows in to streams and rivers, sculpting the moon’s surface on their return to lakes and seas.

These features are strikingly similar to processes on Earth, making Titan Saturn’s largest moon an explorer’s Utopia, said Alexander Hayes, a planetary scientist at Cornell University during a briefing at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society’s Division of Planetary Sciences in Tucson, Ariz. Dr. Hayes is a member of the science team reporting the results at the meeting.

Researchers first discovered a magic island just off of a peninsula jutting into Ligeia Mare, Titan’s second largest sea a body of mainly liquid methane that covers slightly more than 48,600 square miles of the moon’s surface.

The team detected it in July 2013 using Cassini’s radar. When the team looked again about 16 days later, the feature was gone. On another Cassini pass over Titan in August, the feature reappeared. It was unclear if the feature the radar detected was a surface feature, such as the action of tiny waves, or perhaps represented a geological structure that only revealed itself when the viewing angle was just right.

Cassini’s August pass provided the answer when it discovered a similar feature in Kraken Mare, the largest of the moon’s northern-hemisphere seas. In addition to radar, Cassini’s Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer also spotted a magic-island feature in Kraken Mare. The spectrometer’s data suggested that either small waves or wet ground was responsible for the signature the instrument picked up.

The team is leaning to the wave interpretation because given the size of Kraken Mare it covers some 154,000 square miles, roughly the size of the Caspian or Black Seas the sea would have had to have lost a fair bit of methane to expose even a shallow bottom at that location and over such a wide area.

Such wave action would be expected as the northern hemisphere warms and kicks up winds.

Cassini also has proven unexpectedly adept at determining the depths of the seas as well as their composition, Dr. Hayes explained.

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Northern Beaches Hospital Video Fly Through
A fly-through of the new Northern Beaches Hospital, due to open in 2018.

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A NEW map for visitors reveals Mackay’s hidden gem – the Northern Beaches.

From its hilltop vantage point, with commanding views over the ocean and beaches, the iconic Eimeo Pacific Hotel defines the area’s fun attractions for visitors.

It provided the scenic backdrop for the launch of the map by Whitsunday MP Jason Costigan and a group of tourism and business owners.

For Carole Henry, of La Solana holiday units at Blacks Beach, the simple tear-off map, with its easy access route from Mackay defined in thick red, will help bring in travellers who may have overlooked the Northern Beaches as a place to stay.

“It’s our first map and shows where the accommodation is, that we are open for business. Later ones will become more inclusive and list more businesses including eateries and other attractions,” she said.

“People tend to stay in the Mackay CBD, as it’s the first place they get to, but we have beautiful beaches and a lot of accommodation close to the beachfront here.

“I think people are not fully aware of what we have.”

The map will be left at tourism information offices, on reception counters and in hotels between Sarina and Airlie Beach.

“We hope the map brings more visitors to the Northern Beaches. It is a little bit of a hidden gem out here,” Comfort Resort Blue Pacific owner Nick uit den Bogaard said. His wife and business partner Cath uit den Bogaard said the map should help put the area as a destination clearly in the minds of visitors as “it can tend to get missed”.

Eimeo Pacific Hotel’s Darlene Stayte said simply, “it is important that people know the Northern Beaches is a very attractive part of Mackay … the more people who come here the better”.

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