Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
If life evolved on Saturn's moon Titan, it would likely involve chemicals that are noxious and disgusting to humans.
Saturn's moon Prometheus is showing a new side of itself in recent pictures from the Cassini probe.
Cassini spacecraft will help scientists determine the age and mass of Saturn's rings.
A lucky cosmic alignment will allow NASA's Cassini spacecraft to swing up close to two of Saturn's moons back-to-back this week.
A Pac-Man-shaped pattern shows up on the surface of Saturn's moon Mimas in new temperature maps.
Saturn's giant moon Titan is so cold that water is frozen as hard as granite, but methane is a liquid. Scientists wonder whether there could also be life.
Saturn arrives at opposition to the sun on the American evening of Sunday, March 21, making for great viewing.
Six years of Cassini observations shed light on Saturn's rings, magnetic shield.
Saturn will be in opposition on Monday March 22 and visible all night.
Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, is about to welcome a robotic visitor in the form of NASA’s New Horizons probe on Wednesday.
Since last summer, the dominant evening planet was Jupiter, but now Venus has emerged.
Cassini checks out Mimas, Mars Express takes a look at Phobos, Spirit is stuck in the sand and will have to ride out the Martian winter and Chandra shows us a supernova from the Andromeda galaxy.
A full moon flooding the sky with light is an opportunity to identify the ecliptic, the path of the planets.
Prometheus, Saturn's moon, appears to float toward the viewer in this 3-D rendering.
Hubble films Saturn edge-on during equinox, sees auroras over poles.
Hubble captured Saturn's equinox in 2009, including auroral displays over both the planet's poles.
Evidence suggests liquid water exists inside Saturn's moon Enceladus.
New images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft offer close-ups of two of Saturn's moons.