Titan

Titan most often refers to:

  • Titan (mythology), a class of deities who preceded the Olympians in Greek mythology
  • Titan (moon), the largest moon of the planet Saturn

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List Of Titan Launches - Launches - 2005
30 April 0050 Titan IV(403)B 4B-30 CCAFS SLC-40 LEO Successful USA-182 (Onyx) NRO L-16, Final flight of Titan 403B 19 October 1805 Titan IV(404)B 4B-26 K-35 VAFB SLC ...
SM-68 Titan - See Also
... United States Air Force portal Titan III Titan IIIB Titan 34D Titan IV ...
Titan, Saghar District
... Titan is the district center of Saghar District, Ghor Province, Afghanistan ... Very close to Titan is the village of Saghar which gives the name of the district ...
SM-68 Titan
... The SM-68 Titan (individual variants later designated HGM-25 and LGM-25) was the designation for two American intercontinental ballistic missiles, which were members of the Titan family of rockets ... These consisted of the Titan I and Titan II missiles, which were operational between 1962 and 1987, and were a major component of the United States fleet of ... Titan was originally built as a backup to the SM-65 Atlas ...
List Of Characters In The Percy Jackson And The Olympians Series And In The Heroes Of Olympus Series - Titans
... Aigaios The Titan of sea storms ... Aigaios is a partner of Oceanus who assists in the Titans' war against Poseidon ... In The Titan's Curse, Tyson reports that Aigaios protected the Princess Andromeda (a cruise ship carrying a Titan army) from Poseidon ...

Famous quotes containing the word titan:

    I stand in awe of my body, this matter to which I am bound has become so strange to me. I fear not spirits, ghosts, of which I am one,—that my body might,—but I fear bodies, I tremble to meet them. What is this Titan that has possession of me? Talk of mysteries! Think of our life in nature,—daily to be shown matter, to come in contact with it,—rocks, trees, wind on our cheeks! the solid earth! the actual world! the common sense! Contact! Contact! Who are we? where are we?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)