Scientists have developed a new way of studying the atmospheres of exoplanets by using Saturn's smog-enshrouded moon, Titan. The new technique shows the significance hazy skies could have on our ability to learn about these alien worlds orbiting distant stars.
New images of Saturn's skies amidst the aurora light show support the theory that Saturn's manetotail is in the middle of a violent collapse, according to a recent observational report.
A planet parade, consisting of four of the five planets visible to the naked eye, will be in full view this month - a sight you do not want to miss.
A strange radial phenomenon that cuts across the width of Saturn's rings is visible once more, prompting scientists to wonder about its cause.
Years of research by the University of Basque Country Planetary Sciences Group have revealed intriguing clues about the planet's seasonal weather patterns and rotational period, according to a release from the school.
Come July 19, one of the most heralded Cassini space craft events of the year will take place, according to researchers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, when the planet and its famous rings will be backlit by the Sun.
In an exciting revelation, scientists say they now understand the nature of the giant storms found on Saturn.
For years scientists have been trying to discover Saturn’s secret to looking so young. However, scientists from the University of Exeter and Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon believe they have discovered the planet's secrete - it can't help itself.
Stargazers this Saturday and Sunday night will be rewarded with the best view of Saturn to occur all year.
The seasons are changing and not just on Earth - scientists at NASA are reporting signs that Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is currently in flux and it may have a lot to say about our own planet's changing climate.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has released a spectacular backlit view of the planet Saturn and its rings.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has spotted a long river valley on Saturn's moon Titan, that stretches more than 200 miles from its "headwaters" to a large sea.
Scientists have found a Pac-Man-shaped feature on Saturn's Tethys, similar to the one discovered on the planet's other moon Mimas in 2010.
European Space Agency’s Huygens probe bounced, slid and wobbled in ten seconds after landing on Saturn’s Titan moon, suggests a new analysis.