NASA scientists are poring over the latest pictures unveiling Saturn's mysterious moon Titan. The images show distinct dark and bright surface areas. However, scientists admit they're not sure exactly what they're seeing. Still they say it's "pretty cool" just to be looking at high resolution pictures of the moon. Until now they've only been able to examine fuzzy pictures of the only moon in the solar system known to have an atmosphere. Scientists say they hope the new pictures and data will show if Titan's hazy hydrocarbon skies have been hiding oceans or lakes of methane and ethane, which theories say could rain out of its skies.