ESA Bulletin 121 (February 2005)
On 14 January 2005, after a marathon seven-year journey through the Solar System aboard the Cassini spacecraft, ESA's Huygens probe descended through the atmosphere of Titan, Saturn's largest moon and landed safely on its surface. it was mankind's first successful attempt to land a proble on another world in the outer Solar System.
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