Also on this date back in 2006, Everyone's Favorite Saturn-Orbiting Spacecraft found the long-suspected Lakes of Titan.
It had long been assumed that the terribly smoggy atmosphere of Titan was caused by lakes on its surface. Of course, having a terribly smoggy atmosphere makes it impossible to see much. Unless, of course, you fly as close as 950 km to said surface.
The landforms seen by the spacecraft indicate they were shaped by flowing liquid.
Shorelines are quite visible in the images.
With the Cassie images, scientists would later discover that at least 14% of Titan is covered in liquid. One of the lakes is 40,000 square miles, bigger than Lake Superior. Planetary scientists think the lakes are probably filled with liquid methane, ethane, and dissolved nitrogen.
Peep this, y'all: