Two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter are scheduled to form a conjunction on the evening of Aug. 27.
The planets Saturn and Mars, as well as the Antares star, will form an astonishing stellar alignment starting Aug. 23.
NASA has made amazing discoveries over the past year and life on another planet is one of them.
Floods apparently don’t just occur naturally on earth. For Saturn’s moon, Titan is experiencing floods as well. However, the flood isn’t composed of water but is instead composed of methane.
Aside from the Perseid meteor shower, astronomers and stargazers will also witness the alignment of the planets Mars, Saturn and the moon in the August night sky.
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.
The Cassini spacecraft captured images of what appears to be flooded canyons on Saturn's moon, Titan.
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.
This August, a number of celestial bodies will be visible in the night sky including Mars, Saturn, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, some dwarf planets and several meteor showers.
A new fascinating image of the bent rings of Saturn was taken by the camera aboard the Cassini spacecraft.
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.
Saturn's largest moon Titan is not the center of alien-life hunter after Hydrogen Cyanide was discovered in its atmosphere. HCN can create polyimine than can enable the absorption of sunlight for energy.
The Cassini spacecraft captured the odd-looking moon Pan, orbiting in a gap within Saturn's ring.