Saturn: The Latest Discoveries
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
Mark Wednesday, Feb. 20, on your calendar as 'Lunar Eclipse Night.'
SPACE.com's Night Sky column previews 2008's noteworthy sky events.
Hefty extrasolar planet likely formed collision of two planets.
Math mimics evolution to find the best course for deep space missions.
Organic molecules that may have formed life found in dust disk of distant star.
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Saturn's shimmering rings may be as old as the solar system.
Saturn's doughnut-like ring current spins and is flattened into sheet by solar wind.
The formation of strange moons in Saturn's rings have baffled scientists.
Remastered moon photos 40 provide invaluable moon mission information.
Earth's moon is an oddball among planetary systems across the universe.
Saturn's radio emissions resemble the 'Forbidden Planet' soundtrack.
DSP-23 craft will launch the same day the space shuttle is due to return.
The findings are evidence of more "moonlets," scientists say.
More than 1,400 scientists marked the 10th anniversary of Cassini-Huygens spacecraft.