January 14, 2005

It's been remarkably a good day for the hundreds of scientists and technicians in 19 countries who have worked on the Cassini-Huygens mission for nearly 25 years. After a 7 year, 2 billion mile journey, the Huygens probe successfully landed on Saturn's moon Titan, and started transmitting data from the surface. The latest Huygens images from Titan, which took 67 minutes to cross the 750 million miles back to Earth, can be viewed here.

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