A mysterious ice cloud appeared again on Titan's stratosphere and there is a possibility that the formation process of this mysterious cloud is similar with the ones seen over Earth's poles.
For Cassini's last hoorah, the spacecraft will pass through an unexplored space between Saturn and its rings and will make the closest-ever observations of Saturn, providing new precise insights into the planet's inner structures.
Cassini captured four Saturn days in an amazing video showing the hexagonal odd shape on the planet's north pole and an oval-shaped storm near the northern hemisphere.
NASA's Cassini probe managed to capture detailed images of sand dunes on Saturn's largest moon, Titan for the first time. The images were taken by using the radar vision of the spacecraft enabling it to peak through the cloudy haze that covers the surface of the moon.
A bright glow on Saturn's B ring was captured by the Cassini spacecraft.
Cassini spacecraft's wide-angle lens capable of capturing images using infrared lens produced a fascinating image of the planet with detailed visual information of Saturn's cloud.
Saturn casts a shadow on its ring when Cassini camera took images of the planet lit by the Sun.
NASA released an image of another one of Saturn's moon, the reflective Rhea lit by sunlight.
NASA revealed last Friday, that the agency will sail at full speed in terms of space exploration while waiting for the Jupiter's up close encounter courtesy of Juno on Aug.27.
A new research using data from the NASA's Cassini mission shows that the icy surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus is thinner than expected and a global ocean lies underneath it.
Saturn's moon, Titan, is looking more identical to Earth as NASA recently discovered that it has a strange-looking sea. However, unlike Earth where the sea is composed of water, Titan's sea and other liquid formations are filled with methane.
After being involved in an "unusual tugging" with an undiscovered planet, NASA's Cassini Spacecraft in Saturn is once again making its way in the headlines.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has denied the claims of unusual tugging between the Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn and an undiscovered planet dubbed as Planet 9 or Planet X.
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It's no secret that Titan is spotted with lakes and even seas of liquid methane. And while the seas of this moon have their own magic, it was the lakes that always had experts scratching their heads. Unlike with craters and glacial paths on Earth, the formation of lakes on Titan was a complete mystery, until now.