A trio of surprise discoveries from NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft reveals intriguing new information about our solar system's final frontier.
This past summer NASA researchers headed off to Costa Rica to learn more about the birth of hurricanes and to test some of the latest weather technology.
Inspired by the power of teaching, a handful of volunteers from NASA's Solar System Ambassadors program have left behind their careers in science and technology to make their mark as educators.
An astrobiologist's search for signs of life in extreme environments landed her at the bottom of the ocean with Oscar-winning director James Cameron and a role in his film "Aliens of the Deep."
According to the most popular theory of planet formation, planets are akin to redwood trees, growing in size very gradually.
Two years ago today, NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope blasted into the same dark skies it now better understands.› View This Video
A JPL scientist and his team are preparing to bring to the study of extrasolar planets what George Lucas brought to "Star Wars": the prequel.
Blind students explore Mars with computer skills and adventurers' hearts.
Just like that fabled little engine, this tenacious spacecraft just won't give up!
Figuring out the ocean's heat content and measuring it over time isn't easy.
An international array of telescopes will train expert eyes on a dramatic encounter between NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft and a passing comet.
After concentrating on flybys of the stately planet's moons since arriving last year, Cassini will begin five months of extensive study of Saturn's magnificent rings.
Solar storms, such as the unusually intense events in October and November 2003, affect many aspects of our lives, such as radio signals and satellite communications.
JPL's Dr. Helen Worden helps turn raw satellite observations into measurements that tell us more about some important gases in the air we breathe than we have known before.
JPL partners with local schools as part of a tutoring program.
It's raining again in Southern California, even though the west is having a drought.
For some, an El Niño means a welcome respite from bitter winter weather. For others, it can bring lashing rains and devastating floods.
Testing has begun on the initial moves that researchers eventually plan to execute in space as part of the search for Earthlike planets.
In 1969, Apollo 12 astronauts visited the landing site of JPL's Surveyor 3.