Astronomers have made a shock discovery that Saturn's moon Mimas seems to have a liquid ocean beneath its surface, potentially redefining our search for life on alien moons.
Reference Rhea, Saturn's second-largest moon, is a rocky snowball that has its own ring system and a weird "two-faced" surface.
On Saturn's largest moon, Titan, snows of organic compounds may form glacier-like honeycomb chunks in methane lakes, appearing as floating "magic islands."
Scientists know that the vital ingredients needed for life lurk in oceans beneath the icy shell of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, and they may be closer to the surface than we knew.
NASA's Cassini mission, which ended six years ago, spotted a key ingredient needed for life as we know it on Saturn's icy moon Enceladus, a new study reports.
Scientists believe possible amino acids in Enceladus' subsurface ocean can indeed be detected by spacecraft.
Data from the deceased Cassini spacecraft offers astronomers an unconventional way to measure the optical depth of Saturn's rings.
A collision between two ancient icy moons that may have once orbited Saturn could have given rise to the planet's iconic ring system, a new study reveals.
Using the James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers have observed the changing of seasons on Saturn. The ringed planet's northern summer is cooling as a 7.5-year-long autumn approaches.
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