At the far end of technological feasibility, a journey to Titan would require efficiency in storage and preparation that may be beyond our means. Though if it were possible, the reward would be the most manageable and self sustaining non-terrestrial environment in out solar system.
Observations of Titan's nitrogen-heavy atmosphere suggest that the moon is a close mirror of Earth before the first organisms began producing oxygen. In fact, its hydrocarbon rich elements are the building blocks for amino acids, vital to the formation of life.
Though far to cold to sublimate with the atmosphere's chemistry, oxygen does exist on Titan in the form of water ice covering its surface. This could be melted, providing ample water as well as the primary missing ingredient needed to terraform the atmosphere into one that is breathable by humans. While terraforming distant moons has not been listed on the NSDF's agenda, the possibility is far too tempting to be denied further investigation.
power resources on this moon consist primarily of lighning and wind. However, clouds of methanne in the upper atmosphere could easily be converted into natural gas. With some modifications to our equipment, this could provide the bulk of our power.
Unfortunately, the same methane clouds are exaggerated versions of what is known on earth as smog. Covering the moon completely, they prohibit any further insight into Titan's compostion.
Also worth noting is the concern that Titan's distance from Earth decreases its likelihood of being hit by the meteor shower. The trip would be a major undertaking, and could very well prove fruitless.
Position: Satelilite of Saturn
Distance from Sun: 9.6 Astronomical Units
Distance from Earth: 1290 Million Kilometers
Surface Gravity: 0.38
Surface Composition: Water Ice and Rock
Atmospheric Pressure: 1.5 Bar
Surface Temperature: -180 Celsius
Axis Rotation: Static
Sun Orbit Period: 10,759.5 Days
Saturn Orbit Period: 15.95 Days
Diameter: 5150 Kilometers