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Warm Water Has Existed on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus for Potentially Billions...

Enceladus. (Image: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute) If you were to fly over Enceladus' southernmost regions, you'd witness a remarkable sight. With surprising frequency,...

Alien Life Could Thrive in Enceladus’ Hidden Oceans Thanks to an...

We first spotted them 12 years ago. Jets of water vapour shooting into space through ice fissures at the south pole of Enceladus, a...

One asteroid at a time? Nah.

Asteroids are some of the oldest and most undisturbed objects in our solar system. These miniaturized, rocky worlds have been-for the most part-peacefully...

The Cassini Orbiter Has To Die So Potential Alien Life Can...

The Cassini orbiter is ready to die. Nearly 20 years after it departed Earth, and 13 years after it arrived at Saturn, the workhorse...

The Cassini Team Reflects on How it Feels to Say Goodbye...

Yesterday morning, NASA's Cassini spacecraft slammed into the day side of Saturn, the brief flash of its vaporization marking the end of a 13-year...

Official: NASA’s Cassini Probe Is Dead After 20 Years of Exploring...

With the crackle and fade of a signal beamed from 932 million miles (1.5 billion km) away, NASA's 20-year Cassini mission at Saturn has...

NASA Will Be Streaming Video During Cassini’s Death Plunge – Here’s...

If you could magically teleport across the solar system, Saturn would be a great place to swing by on Friday morning.Hovering above the ringed...

Here Are 15 All-Time Best Photos From Cassini That You Absolutely...

Cassini has been out there hard at work for a long time. The Saturn probe departed Earth in 1997 and spent seven years speeding...

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft’s to soon crash into Saturn, marking end of...

Los Angeles: The course has been set. The end is in sight. There's no turning back now.After 13 years of making dazzling discoveries...

Cassini gives Titan a ‘goodbye kiss’ as it takes a final...

New Delhi: Not just Saturn and its rings, NASA's Cassini spacecraft also made in-depth plunges and manoeuvres to provide insights into the planet's moons...