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Comments on Huygens Was Right - Titan Is Wet
Coming down through the clouds, the probe took pictures of what looked like river channels, beaches and islands - and landed in the mud! (Read the complete story)

"For all the hype on Hyugens there sure doesn't seem to be much effort on the part of scientists to share any of the photos and data other than the ones that have been up since the landing."
(Don Boyer 3/5/2005 9:23:27 AM)
"They also pulled some of the pics that they had initially released on the Huygens website within an hour of their release, according to CNN.com article on the day of the landing...and the article itself was amended within within a similar timeframe, eliminating all mention of the pulled pics. No reason was ever given, as far as I know, nor was any reason ever given for the re-editing of the article. I realize that there's probably a simple reason for it, but I have to wonder...was there something in those early pics that they didn't want the public to see? "Code of the Lifemaker," anyone? "
(Tempus 3/11/2005 11:59:55 PM)

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