Cassini flew by Saturn's moon, Titan on January 13th. Next flyby will occur on February 22nd.› View This Video
What do scientists do about asteroids or comets whose paths may one day approach Earth? A video, podcast and interactive features explain.
This week marks Opportunity's third anniversary on Mars. The rover joins its twin, Spirit, in three years of continuous surface operations on the red planet.› View This Video
NASA's Mars Rovers are getting smarter as they begin their fourth year on the red planet, thanks to new software.› Go to podcast
Images of the red planet.
Lakes, wind-swept dunes and plateaus. All this and more on Saturn's moon Titan.› View This Video
Scientists expected the Mars Rovers Spirit and Opportunity to run for three months. Three years later the hardy rovers are still operating on opposite sides of the red planet.› View This Video
Lakes on Titan - it's the cover story in this week's journal "Nature."› Go to podcast
The latest update for the Cassini mission to Saturn. Cassini sees lofty mountains on Saturn's largest Moon, Titan.› View This Video
Images that provide evidence of recent water flows on Mars.› Interactive Photo Gallery
Evidence of liquid water and new impact craters on the red planet.› View This Video
Scientists have observed two gullies on Mars that have fresh deposits, which they believe were formed by water flowing out within the past five or seven years.› Play Now
Gullies, dunes and more. See just a few highlights from the spacecraft that has orbited Mars for nearly ten years.
The Cassini spacecraft at Saturn captured images of a hurricane that is two-thirds the size of Earth.› View This Video
An update on a recent flyby of the moon Titan. The flyby captured great images, including one of a lake.› View This Video
NASA's newest Mars spacecraft, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, is providing an unprecedented view of the surface of Mars.› View This Video
An update on Cassini's recent flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. Two lakes were discovered, along with other science data.› View This Video
Colorful views of Saturn and Titan.
An update on findings from Cassini's latest flyby of Saturn's largest moon, Titan.› View This Video
We're going to talk with a JPL rocket scientist and two student rocket scientists, and we'll find out how JPL's education office can help parents and teachers build their own rocket scientists.› Play Now