With the spacecraft ready to make its dramatic descent into Saturn’s atmosphere, check out Haynes’ latest publication – available now!
A thrilling ride is about to begin for NASA’s spacecraft…
The dwarf planet on the edge of our Solar System, doesn’t have the same kind of moons as its well-known cousin Pluto according to a new study
We find out if worlds outside our Solar System host natural satellites
While Tethys and Janus are made of more or less the same materials, they are very different worlds
Five months after the spacecraft flew past Pluto, knowledge about the distant system continues to unfold
The spacecraft recently took the closest images ever of a distant target
The long, shallow grooves lining the satellite’s surface are likely early signs of the structural failure that will ultimately destroy this moon of Mars
The tranquil conditions of the Moon’s orbit don’t apply to Pluto’s small natural satellites
Go on an exciting tour of the moons in our Solar System with FutureLearn and The Open University
NASA’s Cassini has found out something odd about the planet’s A ring
The debate surrounding Pluto’s size has finally been settled, according to brand new results returned by the spacecraft
We take a look to see if the spacecraft collected any data from Jupiter on the way to the dwarf planet
We find out how the ice giant’s moons got their names
If we are ever to colonise Mars, we will need to grow food – but will that be possible?
NASA’s Cassini and Voyager missions point to some chaotic activity in Saturn’s F ring
How did this beautiful gas planet get its stunning rings?
Reaching opposition early this month, Jupiter and its moons make a fascinating sight through binoculars or a telescope. Here’s our guide on how to make the most of viewing the king of the Solar System