Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
The hundreds of volcanoes on Io are farther east than they're supposed to be.
Night sky photographer Tamas Ladanyi of The World at Night captured this stunning view over the historic city of Pécs, Hungary.
Saturn's tilt will make this April one of the best for stargazers to view the planet's magnificent rings since 2006. Star clusters, the comet Pan-STARRS , and Jupiter will also be visible in the nights sky.
Jupiter & Saturn, galaxies from the Leo constellation, the Lyrid Meteor Shower and a partial lunar eclipse highlights the night sky in April.
The dazzling rings of Saturn and its moons are likely more than 4 billion years old — the cosmic remnants of the solar system's birth, scientists say.
Photographer Greg Gibbs captured this stunning photo of an airplane cruising in front of the moon and Jupiter.
NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 probes launched in 1977 to visit the outer planets of the solar system. After 35 years in space, the twin probes are approaching the edge of our solar system.
Here are five facts about NASA's twin Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft.
Titan's northern seas could have winds raging as high as 44 miles an hour.
A look at the robotic spacecraft currently sending data home from beyond Earth orbit.
Rhea's icy surface bears the scars of innumerable impacts over the eons.
The Cassini probe has captured its last up-close images of Rhea, Saturn's second-largest satellite.
The seven-year journey to Saturn begins.
The Cassini probe's new photos show Venus gleaming over Saturn's massive shoulder.
Cassini's observations give scientists a look at processes that occur during star explosions.
This March, the Gemini and Cancer constellations will dominate the nights sky, while the planets Jupiter and Saturn will be visibile through telescopes.
NASA's Voyager and Galileo missions spotted key evidence of Europa's ocean while studying the icy moon.
Scientists have shed new light on how Saturn's largest moon Titan gets its soupy smog.