Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
The "Saturn Triangle" is returning to the night sky for late-night skywatchers.
NASA's Messenger spacecraft has snapped a solar system family portrait.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is flying by Saturn's largest moon Titan today.
The claim of a microbe that swaps arsenic for phosphorus may be questionable, but its implications are far-reaching.
See some of the most popular photos of Saturn taken by the Cassini spacecraft.
NASA and Europe's space agency are firming up plans for an ambitious mission to explore Jupiter's moons. NASA and ESA are working to develop the Europa Jupiter System Mission
The moon, Saturn, Venus and several stars offer a pre-dawn sky show on Thursday, Jan. 27.
Skywatchers up late tonight may see the celestial triangle: Saturn, the moon and Spica.
A list of skywatching events in January 2011 that you don't want to miss.
New photos of Saturn's moon Rhea by NASA's Cassini spacecraft reveal a battered and pockmarked surface.
Early risers this week will be treated to a spectacular display: Mercury, Venus, and Saturn will appear just before sunrise.
The storm, in Saturn's southern hemisphere, was photographed by NASA's Cassini spacecraft Dec. 24, 2010.
The next mission to Titan could get a bird's-eye view of the Saturn moon, sending a balloon or blimp cruising through its skies for months.
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has snapped some of the best-ever pictures of the Saturn moon Rhea, yielding clues about the satellite's recent tectonic rumblings.
How to best observe the major planets of our Solar System. Some have worlds of their own.
A giant hydrocarbon lake on Saturn's moon Titan is mirror-flat and surprisingly shallow, with average depths comparable to that of a backyard swimming pool, according to a new study.
A massive ridge nearly encircling Saturn's moon Iapetus is likely the remains of a mini moon destroyed by Iapetus' gravity long ago, a new study suggests.
For the first time, scientists now have solid evidence for an ice volcano on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, according to a new study.