Housed at the PDS Atmospheres Node and Planetary Science Archive - CERTIFIED

The Huygens probe, built by the European Space Agency, was designed to study the composition and structure of Titan's atmosphere and to collect information about Titan's surface. The Huygens probe was carried to Saturn on board the Cassini spacecraft. It was released from the Orbiter on December 25, 2004, and cruised for 21 days before reaching Titan. The probe entered Titan's atmosphere on January 14, 2005, and collected data during its 2 hour, 27 minute, 13 second descent to the surface. It then collected data on the surface for an additional 1 hour, 12 minutes,
9 seconds.

The Key Events lists the sequence of events during the descent and the Mission Timeline consists of an interpolated table of atmospheric parameters during descent and landing.

The Huygens Archive contains data from Instruments:
ACP - Aerosol Collector and Pyrolyzer
DISR - Descent Imager and Spectral Radiometer
DWE - Doppler Wind Experiment
GCMS - Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer
HASI - Huygens Atmospheric Structure Instrument
SSP - Surface Science Package

As well as these supporting datasets:
HK - Huygens Housekeeping Data
DTWG - Descent Trajectory Working Group
VLBI - Frequency Detections
AGC - Automatic Gain Control Setting