ESA's Huygens image of Titan's surface on 14 January 2005.
Image credits: ESA/NASA/JPL/University of Arizona.
ESA’s Huygens probe bounced, slid and wobbled its way to rest in the 10 seconds after touching down on Saturn’s moon, Titan, in January 2005, a new analysis reveals. The findings provide novel insight into the nature of the moon’s surface. (read more)