Huygens Legacy and Future Titan Exploration
The European Space Agency's Huygens probe landed on Saturn's moon Titan on 14 January 2005. On the occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Huygens landing, the main scientific and engineering achievements of Huygens in combination with the remote sensing of the Cassini Orbiter observation at Titan will be reviewed during a 3-day international meeting to be held 13-15 January, 2010.
The objectives of the meeting are to prepare:
The venue will be the CosmoCaixa science museum in Barcelona, Spain, situated not far from a singular modernist building: the Fabra Observatory, which houses the telescope from which Josep Comas i Solà observed the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan in 1907.
The conference will include introductory lectures, invited talks, contributed talks and posters, as well as public talks on the major scientific topics listed below:
For further details please visit the workshop website (see link in right-hand menu).