Celestial sights rival Manhattan's lights in a gorgeous skywatcher photo.
Saturn, sixth planet from the sun, is the second largest planet in our solar system.
The dense atmosphere roiling on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, may come from organic material baking in the moon's interior.
Astronomy may focus on the stars, but occasionally something happens to bring it back down to Earth — like a swarm of insects shorting out their telescope.
Set your timers for 10 hours, 33 minutes and 38 seconds — scientists have finally figured out how long a day lasts on Saturn, cracking a lingering mystery about the ringed gas giant.
Viewers watching "Star Trek: Discovery" last night (Jan. 17) were treated to a more realistic, awe-inspiring view of Saturn's rings, courtesy of the real-world Cassini spacecraft.
Saturn has not always had rings — the planet's haloes may date only to the age of dinosaurs, or after it, a new study finds.
Here's something you don't see every day — the glint of freshly fallen rain on the surface of an alien world.
For more than two decades, scientists have wondered whether extraterrestrial life may be flourishing deep below the icy coatings boasted by moons in our outer solar system.
The icy Saturn satellites Dione and Rhea do their best impression of a snowman in a newly released photo captured by NASA's late Cassini spacecraft.
Breakthrough Initiatives, which already scans the heavens for possible signals from faraway alien civilizations, is considering looking for E.T. closer to home — in our own solar system.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory held its seventh annual pumpkin-carving contest this week, and the results were as impressive as you might imagine.
Scientists studying Saturn's moon Dione spotted weird stripes that they now believe could be caused by material falling onto the moon's surface.