With Dragonfly, NASA is heading back to Saturn’s moon Titan

The spacecraft will zip, hover and land its way across the lunar landscape

illustration of Dragonfly mission to Titan

DESTINATION: TITAN It’s official: The next stop for a NASA spacecraft will be Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. A rotorcraft will parachute in and then perform dronelike exploration, as seen in this artist’s illustration.


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