There are many reasons to explore the other planets and the smaller bodies in our Solar system. Saturn's largest moon Titan has an atmosphere of nitrogen with carbon compounds and most importantly: it may resemble the Earth as it was before life began. Therefore taking a close look at Titan's atmosphere may tell us more about the important steps leading to life on Earth. This is the third in a series of three programmes on planetary exploration the other 2 being 'Why Explore Other Planets?' and 'ESA's Missions to Mars'. It outlines the Huygens/Cassini mission to Titan, a ESA/NASA project, that was launched in October 1997. It includes footage of its Jupiter swingby and also how it is equipped to land safely on Titan once it reaches the end of its incredibly long journey. The programme includes an A-roll with split audio and English voiceover, and a B-roll with clean international sound.