NASA's Cassini spacecraft successfully flew by Saturn's moon Iapetus on Friday, Dec. 31.
NASA lit a birthday candle today for its twin Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is set to cap off 2004 with an encounter of Saturn's ying-yang moon Iapetus on New Year's Eve.
A towering 50-foot robot from JPL and Caltech will thrill throngs of parade-goers on New Year's Day.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft successfully performed a getaway maneuver on Monday, Dec. 27, to keep it from following the European Space Agency's Huygens probe into the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan.
The European Space Agency's Huygens probe successfully detached from NASA's Cassini orbiter to begin a three-week journey to Saturn's moon Titan.
The highlights of the first year of the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn can be broken into two chapters: first, the arrival of the Cassini orbiter at Saturn in June, and second, the release of the Huygens probe on Dec. 24, 2004, on a path toward Titan.
NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer has spotted what appear to be massive "baby" galaxies in our corner of the universe.
Cassini's second close flyby of Titan completes a 'before' and 'after' look at the fuzzy moon and provides the first direct evidence of changing weather patterns in the skies over Titan.
NASA scientists announced the agency's Aura spacecraft is providing the first daily, direct global measurements of low-level ozone and many other pollutants affecting air quality.
NASA has selected eight proposals to provide instrumentation and associated science investigations for the mobile Mars Science Laboratory rover, scheduled for launch in 2009.
Launch and flight teams are in final preparations for the planned Jan. 12, 2005, liftoff from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., of NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft.
The Cassini spacecraft completed a successful rendezvous with Saturn's moon Titan today.
Scientists have identified a water-signature mineral called goethite in bedrock.
Two of NASA's Great Observatories, the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope, have provided astronomers an unprecedented look at dusty planetary debris around stars the size of our Sun.
Stealing is a crime on Earth, but at Saturn, apparently it is routine.
A NASA study suggests changing winds and currents in the Indian Ocean during the 1990s contributed to the observed warming of the ocean during that period.
The most dramatic findings so far from NASA's twin Mars rovers passed rigorous scientific scrutiny for publication in a major research journal.
New views of two Saturn's moons Titan and Tethys represent the most detailed look at these moons to date.
Operators of Opportunity have determined that a proposed route out of "Endurance Crater" is not passable.