Saturn’s moon Titan may be doomed to fly away or smash into the planet

Saturns moon Titan passing in front of the planet NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute
Saturn's largest moon Titan has a large effect on the tilt of the planets. Its outwards migration could cause Titan to be thrown off its side, and even kill it.

Titan is moving away form Saturn at an average rate of 11 centimetres per years. It is not surprising that Earth's moon is also moving away from Saturn at a rate just below 4 centimetres per annum, but it is quite fast. As Titans orbit moves closer to Saturn,