Man made objects on Titan

Non-exhaustive list of artificial objects that have reached the surface of Titan. It is the largest moon of Saturn, the second-largest natural satellite in the solar system and is the only moon known to have a dense atmosphere.

The ESA Saturn orbiter Cassini released the Titan atmospheric entry probe Huygens in January 2005 which gathered data all the way down to about 90 minutes after touchdown.

Over 14 artificial objects have been identified.

COSPAR IDnametypemissionquantity on surfacestatusdate/epoch (UTC)   
1997-061CAFT COVER DEBRISPilot chute breakout patch debrisCASSINI-HUYGENSunkowndiscarded, impactJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CPILOT CHUTE2.6 m parachuteCASSINI-HUYGENS1discarded, soft landingJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CAEROSHELL BACK COVERAft coverCASSINI-HUYGENS1discarded, soft landingJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CMAIN CHUTE BAGStorage bagCASSINI-HUYGENS1discarded, soft landingJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CMAIN CHUTE8.3 m parachuteCASSINI-HUYGENS1discarded, soft landingJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CAEROSHELL FRONT SHIELDHeatshieldCASSINI-HUYGENSscattereddiscarded, impactJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CACP INLET CAPAerosol Collector and Pyrolyser housingCASSINI-HUYGENS?discarded, impact?January 14, 2005
1997-061CGCMS INLET CAPGas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer housingCASSINI-HUYGENS?discarded, impact?January 14, 2005
1997-061CGCMS OUTLET CAPGas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer housingCASSINI-HUYGENS?discarded, impact?January 14, 2005
1997-061CDISR COVERDescent Imager/Spectral Radiometer housingCASSINI-HUYGENS?discarded, impact?January 14, 2005
1997-061C??CASSINI-HUYGENS?Surface Science Package deploymentJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CSTABILIZER (DROGUE) CHUTE3 m parachuteCASSINI-HUYGENS1discarded, soft landingJanuary 14, 2005
1997-061CPENETROMETERSpear-like probeCASSINI-HUYGENSscattered?crushed?January 14, 2005
1997-061CHUYGENS PSE (PROBE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT)Titan atmospheric entry probeCASSINI-HUYGENS1landed, inactiveJanuary 14, 2005
TOTAL14+