90 kilometers above the surface of Titan
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An artist's conception of Huygens' descent. The blue color of the sky slowly fades with decreasing distance to the surface, and is replaced by a brownish tint. At this altitude Huygens is still above the layer of complex organic condensate haze, which prevents a clear view down to the surface.
ESA / NASA / JPL / University of Arizona / René Pascal
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Original image data dated on or about January 14, 2005