Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
Saturn, Mars, and Venus are all in the evening sky, and are closing in on each other.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is whipping through a double-header at Saturn to catch an up-close glimpse at two of the ringed planet's moons – the icy geyser-ridden Enceladus and the cloud-covered Titan.
The moon will perform a cosmic dance with Mars, Saturn and the bright star Regulus this week. Here's how to see it.
New robot blimps or balloons could for thousands of kilometers to explore other planets and moons from a bird's eye view.
Saturn's rings, partially darkened by the planet's shadow appear to slice through the its largest moon, Titan, in a new photo released by NASA.
Space probes have snapped stunning photos of Saturn's largest moon Titan, but the sounds of the cloudy satellite – and, in fact, of most alien planets – still remain largely a mystery. Now, scientists are developing new sound sensors to detect thunder on
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A lake of asphalt may be the closest thing on Earth to the hydrocarbon seas on Saturn's moon Titan, and it is apparently teeming with microbial life.
The Cassini spacecraft that glided low over Saturn's moon Enceladus last week successfully completed its gravity observation, sending back data that scientists will use to understand the moon's interior composition and structure.
A massive blizzard is raging on Saturn — a storm so large and fierce NASA astronomers and amateur skywatchers can see it from Earth.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft, part of the Cassini-Huygens mission, will glide low over Enceladus tonight to perform an experiment designed to probe the moon's interior composition.
Impact craters found on Titan could help scientists determine the age of this Earth-like moon and its potential for life.
The insides of Saturn's largest moon Titan are arranged like a slushy mix of rock and ice, the Cassini probe has found.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured images of lightning on Saturn that allowed scientists to create the first movie that shows lightning flashing on another planet.
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Saturn ice moon Enceladus creates ripples and bubbles in plasma surrounding giant planet.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has captured images of lightning on Saturn. The images have allowed scientists to create the first movie showing lightning flashing on another planet.
Cassini double flyby of Saturn moons Titan and Dione yields new images, data.