Originally Posted by Mygaffer
I believe Titan is a moon.
According to Fontenelle all the moon's are planets!*
Really though, this is a great look at the systems of Titan as it is quite an interesting study. Surprisingly the atmosphere is I believe 3-4 times more substantial than Earth, and when combined with the low gravity the old Greek myths of Icarus might be possible.
For anyone interested in a practical look you can do yourself, Saturn is just re-entering a viewing season, and the rings are once again opening to our view. If anyone has a chance to take a look through a telescope, as long as it's over 2-3'' of aperture you should be able to spot Titan as the brightest moon. Sadly it will just appear to be a spec of light unless you have extremely good seeing, coupled with large aperture and very high magnification but at least you'll be able to see a nice view of Saturn at the same time.
*Fontenelle's Conversations on the Plurality of Worlds