Organic dust was found causing massive storms in Saturn's largest moon Titan. The findings of this recent study sheds more light on the geologic and atmospheric cycles of the Earth-like moon.
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.
Scientists have discovered that Saturn's moon Titan actually has very durable sands. It appears not only is its seas filled with hydrocarbons, but Titan's sands are also very electrically-charged.
Cassini's observation led to a better understanding of Saturn's icy moon, Enceladus. The moon hosts a global salty ocean.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured an image of Saturn's moon Tethys that looked like an eyeball. The resemblance is due to the impact marks on the surface of the moon.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft sent back data from its first orbit and will continue to complete its mission of 20 orbits. The data from the orbits will help researchers further understand if Saturn's moons are indeed younger than previously thought.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is currently spending its last year on its mission to observe the ringed planet Saturn. Surprisingly, a comparison of old and new photographs of Saturn's North Pole revealed its changing colors.
Is there life beyond Earth in the solar system? NASA director James Green explains which planets and moons in our solar system could have alien life, and why NASA believes it is on the right track.
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.
Moon Express, an Indo-American firm already licensed to land a spacecraft on the lunar surface now decided to place the human ashes to the Moon at USD 3 million per kilo.
NASA released an image of another one of Saturn's moon, the reflective Rhea lit by sunlight.
The Cassini spacecraft captured the odd-looking moon Pan, orbiting in a gap within Saturn's ring.
Scientists are looking at Enceladus, the 6th largest moon of Saturn for possible signs of life as it emits water plumes from its core.
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.