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The angular diameter of Saturn seen from Titan is about 5,5º, more than ten times the Moon seen from Earth. The problem is that maybe Saturn is never visible from Titan due to its heavy haze. Or maybe yes, but under special atmospheric conditions ... we have to wait for future missions. Titan is tidally locked, so Saturn will never move in the sky of Titan. Then this can be a eternal Saturn dawn or a Saturnset. It's the same!

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