Titan is the largest moon of Saturn. It is blessed with a generally smooth surface and few impact craters. It would also look 11.4 times larger than our moon in the night sky. Its nearest terrestrial eponym possesses similarly attractive characteristics; and it appears to be much larger than it is. Our supernal Titon is a veteran, too, and well equipped to live long and prosper in what is an asteroid-strewn global geopolitical hubbub.