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Titan First-Ever Detected Dust Storms Prove the Moon is More Earth-like than Ever

Based on Cassini data, an international team of scientists found evidence of dust storms on Titan, yet another thing it…

12 months ago

Until We Get Another Mission at Saturn, We’re Going to Have to Make Do with these Pictures Taken by Hubble

A new Hubble image of Saturn and six of its Moons reminds us how visually stunning Saturn is.

1 year ago

Cassini Data Has Revealed a Towering Hexagonal Storm at Saturn’s Northern Pole

Data from the Cassini mission has revealed a massive hexagonal shaped storm high in the stratosphere of Saturn's north pole.

1 year ago

New Photos of Saturn and Mars from Hubble

The Hubble Space Telescope took advantage of the fact that both Saturn and Mars are at opposition this summer and…

1 year ago

Cassini’s “Grande Finale” Earns an Emmy Nomination!

In recognition of their efforts to communicate the importance of the Cassini mission, NASA's JPL recently received an Emmy nomination…

1 year ago

Weekly Space Hangout: June 27 2018: Space News Roundup

Hosts: Fraser Cain (universetoday.com / @fcain) Dr. Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Dr. Kimberly Cartier (KimberlyCartier.org / @AstroKimCartier )…

1 year ago

Planets on Parade: Saturn at Opposition 2018

We're in the midst of a parade of planets crossing the evening sky. Jupiter reached opposition on May 9th, and…

1 year ago

Saturn Photobombs a Picture of the Martian Moon Phobos

While taking pictures of the Martian moons Phobos and Deimos, the Mars Express probe also captures pictures of Saturn in…

2 years ago

This was Exactly Where Cassini Crashed into Saturn

NASA has released a mosaic image that shows exactly where the Cassini probe would crash into Saturn's atmosphere, mere hours…

2 years ago

Just Like Earth, Titan Has a “Sea Level” for its Lakes and Seas

Based on Cassini data, two new studies have been produced that reveal some new and interesting things about Saturn's largest…

2 years ago