Juno completed its fifth flyby to Jupiter. The spacecraft arrived on the gas planet's orbit in 2016 and its next flyby is set to occur on July 11.
NASA converted images from Cassini's first dive into a movie sequence and it is nothing short of amazing, according to those who have seen it. The spacecraft also beamed back images of Saturn's moon Enceladus from a previous flyby.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft bids farewell to Saturn's moon Titan by way of its final flyby. The close approach will provide scientists with new data to analyze.
A giant asteroid will approach the planet on April 19. It will fly very close that stargazers will be able to see it using small telescopes.
Less than nine months after Juno entered Jupiter's orbit, it will perform its fifth flyby. The flyby is expected to produce more scientific data about some features of the planet including its complex magnetic field.
NASA lets the public decide where JunoCam should look on the next flyby to Jupiter. The next approach will take place on Feb. 2.
According to scientists, a flyby mission to Europa could take samples of its massive watery plumes – even if they already stopped erupting – by probing its atmosphere.
The solar-powered Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter suddenly activated its safe mode feature the night before it was scheduled for a flyby of the planet.
NASA released a backlit photo of Pluto dubbed as "Twilight Zone" showcasing possible evidence of clouds forming in Pluto's atmosphere. The photo was taken during New Horizon's flyby last year and it was only revealed this month.
Thanks to the New Horizon spacecraft, humanity has been granted a close-and-personal peek at the rugged surface of Charon, Pluto's largest moon, for the first time in history. However, when getting to know an alien world, pictures aren't enough, right? Now NASA has upped the experience, providing an opportunity for the public to fly over the surface of the mysterious moon.