Titan: a New World Explored
The 2005 Graduate Course Student Exhibition.
Hilary Term 2005
What exists beyond our world has always been a fascination of mankind throughout the centuries. Christiaan Huygens was no exception, he speculated on what might be discovered on other worlds and their moons in his book The Celestial Worlds Discovered (1698). Huygens assumed that the moons of other planets including Saturn were probably similar to our own moon.