|Click for photo credit. This image from the Hubble telescope|
shows Titan as a large orange dot in the upper right quadrant
of the photo. Three other moons can be seen as well.
The methane seas that formed over time on Titan are over 200 meters deep. Only a centimeter or so of methane falls on the surface every year. There are no methane monsoons. The methane cycle seems to work much slower than our hydrologic cycle. However, the finding does provide interesting atmospheric process links between Earth and Titan.