Titan became the farthest space landing in history, when Huygens an atmospheric entry probe that landed successfully on Saturn’s moon Titan back in 2005. The spacecraft was built and controlled by ESA (European Space Agency) and was part of a Cassini–Huygens mission.

Image taken by the Cassini Spacecraft. Image Credit: NASA

Titan is Saturn’s largest moon and is the second largest moon known in our solar system. In theory, if the moon was not orbiting Saturn, the Moon could be considered a planet. (Here’s a fact: Titan is Larger than Mercury). Titan does have an atmosphere, one which is similar to early Earth.

An Artist’s impression of the view on Saturn’s largest moon.

Watch the video below to see what NASA-ESA Saw when the probe landed on Titan.

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