Long Lag In Exploring Pluto Is Par For Planets

Credit: Frank Morring Jr./AW&ST
Europe’s Huygens lander entered Titan’s atmosphere Jan. 14, 2005, and touched down on its hydrocarbon surface. A few hours later, members of the Cassini/Huygens team displayed the first ground images from Saturn’s big moon to an impatient gang of reporters gathered in the cafeteria of the European...

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