Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
Mission at Saturn for Cassini probe is extended by two years and 60 orbits.
NASA and Europe's space agency weigh plans for a Jupiter or Saturn mission.
A NASA contests turns control of a Saturn probe over to students for a day.
Vortex over Saturn's south pole has eye, eye walls like hurricanes on Earth.
Water vapor spewing from Saturn's moon Enceladus is gushing with organic molecules like a comet.
An ocean with the chemical ingredients of life may lie beneath Titan's ice.
The Cassini spacecraft at Saturn has beamed back new views of an icy moon.
NASA's Cassini probe zipped through the icy plume of a Saturnian plume.
The Cassini probe will zip through the icy plume of a Saturn moon Wednesday.
Spacecraft that flew past the Earth have unexpected anomalies in their motions.
Wednesday night is the last chance to view a total lunar eclipse before 2010.
On Feb. 20, a lunar eclipse will occur, the 3rd one of this past year.
A hidden lake beneath the surface of Enceladus could support the moon's icy jets.