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Soluble molecules dissolve in the liquid methane, while insoluble ones tend to sink to the sea floor.
These ice crystals hold a remarkable quantity of natural methane gas.
But until then, we're left with the imagine of methane raining down from Saturn's rings.
Figuring out just how much methane is leaving the lakes is crucial.
Titan, too, was found to be covered in lakes and seas composed of methane and ethane.
But on Titan, rain is made of methane rather than water.
New gas source Geologists had suspected there was methane gas buried in Australia’s vast coal seams.
In every disaster, there’s an instant when the awful truth first presents itself to the stunned participants—a lookout spots an iceberg dead ahead, or methane gas starts jetting from the top of a drilling rig.
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First Known Use: 1867See Words from the same year
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