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Huygens Probe Sets Off On Its Own for Saturn's Moon Titan

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Air Date: 12/27/2004
Run Time: 0:28:50

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Huygens Mission Manager and Project Scientist Jean-Pierre Lebreton and Mission Operations Manager Claudio Sollazzo join us just as Huygens bids farewell to the Cassini spacecraft. The European probe is headed for a January 14 close encounter with Saturn's mysterious moon. And speaking of moons, Emily Lakdawalla will tell you where to find the biggest ones in our solar system on Q&A. Bruce Betts brings holiday greetings and a new space trivia contest on What's Up!

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