Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
A huge ocean of liquid water may slosh about beneath the frigid surface of Saturn's moon Titan, according to a new study.
It may be decades before humanity sets foot on Mars, but we're only five years away from sampling space beyond our solar system for the first time.
Amplified hiss-like radio noise generated by electrons that traveled along magnetic field lines from Enceladus to an aurora on Saturn were captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
Here are five facts about NASA's twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft, which are set to leave our solar system by 2016 or so.
A look at the Voyager mission, which has sent spacecraft to the very edge of the solar system.
Saturn's icy moon Enceladus creates aurora glow on its parent planet.
The two moons of Mars – Phobos and Deimos – are in the sights of both robotic and human spaceflight planners.
Alien planets around certain stars or starless could have lakes like Saturn's moon Titan.
The Saturn triangle returns to the night sky Saturday night.
Weather and meteor impacts, not ice volcanoes, may actually be reshaping Titan - Saturn's largest moon.
Here's a look at how to observe the planets of the solar system in 2011.
Ring ripples around Saturn and Jupiter tell a violent story of comet strikes.
Saturn's odd radio emissions likely show the sun's shifting influence on the giant planet.
Hear the strange radio signals from Saturn as heard by Cassini, and how they work.
The region was once thought to be a dry, arid dune-covered place, scientists say.
The discovery makes it more likely that a liquid-water ocean lies beneath Enceladus' icy surface.
The dense smog of Saturn's largest moon Titan has ice clouds like some on Earth.