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Lainey et al. (2012), by re-analyzing long-baseline astrometry of Saturn's moons, have found that the moons' tidal evolution is much faster than previously thought, implying an order of magnitude stronger tidal dissipation within Saturn. This result is controversial and implies recent formation of at least some of the mid-sized icy moons of Saturn. Here we show that this more intensive tidal dissipation is in full agreement with the evolved state of the Titan-Hyperion resonance. This resonancearXiv:1311.6780v1 fatcat:zyt4fbi3afg3jcnsaafpumrabi