The European Space Agency has an excellent annotated animation of the Huygens probe (launched from the Cassini spacecraft on Christmas Eve) descent to the surface of Saturnâ€™s moon Titan. See also The Cassini Site at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
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YouÂ’ll want to visit the ESAÂ’s Cassini-Huygens site for the latest pictures.
Brian Cortez rightly points out the that ESA whined a lot about how slow NASA was in getting pictures publicized (which was just plain sillyespecially during the mars missions, where you could essentially watch the images as they downloaded from the Red Planet). Anyway, the weasels at the ESA are dragging out the release to the public of images and other data.