NASA released a composite image, taken by the Cassini spacecraft, of Saturn’s largest moon Titan that allowed us to peer through its atmosphere. It's got an Earth-like surface and it's beautiful! Check it out below.

Titan is completely covered by clouds but infrared view of the moon’s surface revealed its thick atmosphere and weather systems. There are dunes, lakes, rivers, and seas.

Titan is the only place in our solar system that has bodies of liquid on it’s surface. But at -180 degrees C (-300 F) Titan is far too cold for there to be liquid water. Instead liquid hydrocarbons flow through its rivers, lakes, and seas.

NASA hopes to have a submarine mission splash down in the 2040s.