This ESA/NASA project for 3+ billions dollars
will hopefully be probing Titan, a moon of Saturn, momentarily. The probe (Huygens) has landed successfully and it should be sending data to the spaceship (Cassini). Freeman Dyson has kind of predicted - and let me emphasize that his analyses are based on a very rational thinking, although the assumptions are far-fetched - that sophisticated plants will parabolic leaves that collect solar radiation may live somewhere around there. But even if the more boring scenarios, or - as others would say - if the common sense prevails, one could get some interesting pictures for the prize of 2+ LHC colliders.