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Hear and See the sights of Titan, Saturn's Moon - Hear and See the sights of Titan, Saturn's Moon
Mon, April 19 2004 | 10:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Watch out citizens of Titan, the European Space Agencies' Huygens spacecraft has safely landed on solid ground! In one of the three pictures thus far transmitted back, a lake of oily liquid is apparantly visible.

Titan is the only one of Saturn's moons to have an atmosphere, which for that planet is just a thick orange haze. Kind of like the air after one of those lame gas-guzzling Hummer2 things drives by on the road. The ESA and NASA websites has been set up so you can check out the pictures and sounds coming in from the Huygens spacecraft as it descended through the atmosphere taking roughly 300 photo's along the way. It will also be recording the *sounds* of another planet. Cool.

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