Ok, really not sure where to post this.
I was watching a programme last night called How Earth made us, presented by Dr Iain Stewart. There was a part where he went diving to show you bubbles of methane rising from the bottom of the sea.
He then said that methane is 20 times more potent than Carbon Dioxide as a greenhouse gas. That got me thinking about Titan, Methane exists on Titan as a solid, liquid and gas, and also has a thick atmoshpere, so should'nt Titan be warm?
Why is Titan's temperature 93.7 K? Is it to do with the distance from the Sun?
Would be very happy if anyone could help me.