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Ladoga Lacus Wikipedia
Ladoga Lacus is a geographical feature on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, named after Lake Ladoga, Russia. It is one of a number of "methane lakes" found in Titan's north polar region.
The lake, detected in 2004 by the Cassini space probe, is composed of liquid ethane and methane. It is 110 km long and is located at 74.8°N 26.1°W / 74.8; -26.1 on Titan's globe.