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Huygens probe has landed on Titan

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The latest news I've heard is that the probe landed in mud - this has now been officialy confirmed by the ESA. So the soil was "wet", with some material wetting it creating Titanic "mud"....

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im pretty sure it is pronounced hoy-genz (prounonce the "g" like a g and not a "j")


Nah, I think its pronounced like in the definition posted above: "High-gens". One of the people in my school has a similar last name, and its pronounced like that.

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