Here's What It Looks Like To Fall To Titan From Space

In honor of the Huygens probe's remarkable 2005 arrival on the surface of Titan (Saturn's major satellite, Titan is also the only moon in our solar system with a thick atmosphere), NASA has created a movie that re-forms, with data composed by Huygens and the Cassini orbiter, a histrionic approach of the moon's surface from space. According to JPL team the first minute displays a zoom into pictures of Titan from Cassini's cameras, whereas the rest of the movie shows the sight from Huygens through the last few hours of its historic succession and landing.

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