A Reddit user asked, "Where would the most suitable place in the universe be to go if we couldn't theoretically live on Earth anymore?"
Wellons suggests Titan, calling it a more interesting answer than the standard Mars or moon response.
Wellons used to work as an engineer on NASA's Cassini mission, which is now over. The spacecraft spent years studying the ringed planet and its many satellites, including weird and fascinating Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
"Titan is the only place besides Earth known to have liquids in the form of lakes and seas on its surface," Wellons says. "These liquids are made of methane but, armed with the right kind of protective gear, one could theoretically be able to swim without harm!"
Titan isn't just a potential swimming spot, it also has a draw for anybody who's ever taken flight in a dream. Wellons points to the thick atmosphere and its ability to shield us from space radiation. "It is so dense that we could actually attach wings to our arms and fly on this moon," she says. Hell yeah.