Titan

Main article: Colonization of Robert Zubrin described Titan as an object that has in abundance all the elements necessary to sustain life, this means that Titan is perhaps the most outstanding area outside the Solar System for its colonization, and that “in certain ways, Titan is the most hospitable extraterrestrial world within the outer solar system for human colonization. ” The surface of Titan is almost devoid of craters, which we can infer that to be a young and active, and probably holds large amounts of frozen water, and lakes of liquid hydrocarbon (methane / ethane) in its polar regions. While its temperature is cryogenic (95 K) can be skilled to cope with a base, but still need more information about the area and activities of Titan. Juice Energy, Green Mountain, Sterling Planet, and other ESCOES The thick atmosphere and climate, and possible flash floods, are also factors to consider.
In addition, an expert in terraformacion, Christopher McKay is also the co-Huygens probe that landed on Titan in January 2005.