Thirty years ago the Voyager spacecraft offered the first closeup views of Saturn. Launched in 1997 Cassini-Huygens, a joint NASA/ESA/ASI mission, arrived around Saturn in July 2004 and the Huygens Probe landed on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, in January 2005. The ESA probe was the first to land on a world in the outer Solar System. Since 2005 Cassini-Huygens mission has obtained infinitely more detailed and beautiful images of the ringed planet and its many moons. Data from Cassini and Huygens are offering clues about how life began on Earth.