Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
Scientists struggle to launch planetary missions without giving up a robotic arm and a leg.
From Pluto to the bowels of the sun, check out the best space photos for the week of June 27, 2011.
Geysers exploding from the surface of Saturn's moon, Enceladus, reveal their source is an underground ocean.
A NASA spacecraft has captured a stunning new image of a small, icy Saturn moon.
It has been five years since Nix and Hydra, Pluto's tiny moons, were named. Mysteries still abound with the pair.
An instrument on the Cassini spacecraft at Saturn is offline, most likely due to a short circuit, NASA says.
A European space telescope has found 10 new alien planets, including two Neptune-like objects orbiting the same star.
Saturn forms two night sky triangles this month, one with stars and the other with the moon.
The binary star Porrima is offering a rare chance to resolve its twin stars through a small telescope this month.
Future missions to the Saturn moon Titan may look for lightning in a novel way — by searching for its rumbling companion, thunder.
NASA will launch the robotic OSIRIS-REx mission in 2016.
NASA will unveil a new science mission today (May 25) at 4 p.m. ET.
Beginning this month there will be a long series of double shadow transits on Jupiter.
A monster storm on Saturn is giving astronomers a rare glimpse into the mechanics of the planet's atmosphere.
Saturn, the moon and a bright star team up for a night sky triangle this weekend.
The shores of Ontario Lacus lake in the Southern Hemisphere of Saturn's moon Titan has very familiar features, surprising being that it is 800,000,000 miles away and 289° below 0°F.
An untold number of cosmic impacts could have created the mysteriously thick atmosphere on Titan.
Which mission will win a 2016 launch? Robotic probes to Saturn's moon Titan, Mars and a comet face off.