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The Huygens probe is installed into the Cassini orbiter in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility
Huygens Installation
Huygens in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility
Probe at KSC
Chart showing rise and fall of temperatures on Iapetus from day to night.
Iapetus Temperature Variation Map
Grid showing Iapetus temperatures in various colors.
Iapetus Temperature Map
Image shows Iapetus in visible light, thermal radiation and color-coded heat.
Iapetus Thermal Radiation Image
Four views of Iapetus in color and black and white.
Iapetus Surface Composition
Fuzzy color image shows surface composition of Iapetus.
VIMS Shows Iapetus Surface Composition
Fuzzy color images of Iapetus
VIMS Iapetus Two Shooter
Members of the Cassini Navigation Team track Cassini.
Cassini Navigation Team members track Huygens release
Black and white image showing a massive crater on Iapetus.
Rugged Iapetus
Twin black and white images show a pixelated view of the Huygens Probe in space. The image of the left is labeled.
Close-Up of Huygens Probe
Black and white image with labeles showing the location of the Huygens Probe two days after its release on a course to Titan. The probe appears as a bright white spot.
Huygens Probe Shines for Cassini's Cameras (Labeled)
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