Jan 14, 2005


The Cassini-Huygens probe has landed on Saturn's moon Titan, the mysterious satellite that has perplexed astronomers for decades.

An artist's impression of the Huygens probe as it descends through Titan's atmosphere. Titan's sky may well be darker and smoggier than this painting suggests and Saturn never actually rises above the horizon at the probe's landing site.

See Space.com for current coverage, and Wikipedia article for a comprehensive (and constantly updated) background

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