Apparently, amongst many other "peculiarites" etc (which of course are not yet positively identified), the surface of Titan we are told, consists of 'Oceans of Methane' etc.
I wonder, when around January 2005, when the Huygen's probe descends through the very dense atmosphere of Titan (thanks to the remarkable achievements of the engineers who designed the craft) I wonder, will the recorded temperature steadily increase during the probe's descent, or decrease?
Personally (and for my own reasons), I think the former might be the case.
That is to say, Titan might have been a recent addition to the family of moons that presently accompany the orbital domain of Saturn.
If this is so, then the surface temperature of Titan I would predict, might be "very hot" indeed!
Perhaps temperatures measured in several hundreds of degrees Celsius, or even much more!
Well, that is my prediction