NASA’s Kepler mission has made an astounding discovery: an Earth-like planet in orbit around a star similar to our own. Referred to as Earth’s
Saturn is known as one of the fastest spinning planets in the Solar System. This quick spinning made it flatten at its poles, so
On Jan. 14, 2005, ESA’s Huygens probe made its descent to the surface of Saturn’s hazy moon, Titan. Carried to Saturn by NASA’s Cassini
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At just 240,000 miles from Saturn’s north pole, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft snapped some stunning photos. These are the first images of the spacecraft’s new
This movie was built thanks to the data collected by ESA’s Huygens Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer (DISR) on 14 January 2005, during the 147-minutes plunge
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Have you heard the news? Cassini may be dead, but it’s data is still very much alive! Check out out latest video about Cassini’s
Here on Earth, volcanic eruptions are dramatic manifestations of our dynamic planet. Elsewhere in our solar system, awe-inspiring extraterrestrial volcanoes—both active and extinct—provide clues