05.08.08 - Cassini is on a course for a Titan flyby on May 12, for the first of two Titan northern hemisphere flybys that will wrap up the prime mission.
05.02.08 - NASA scientist Jason Barnes says Titan and Earth have much in common, but not when it comes to sand.
04.23.08 - Imagine being able to listen to the music of the ringed planet Saturn. Now you can!
03.31.08 - On March 25, just prior to its closest approach at an altitude of 1,000 kilometers (620 miles), Cassini employed its Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometer to examine Titan's upper atmosphere in yet another successful flyby of the orange-tinged moon.
03.21.08 - On Tuesday, March 25, just prior to its closest approach to Titan at an altitude of 1,000 kilometers (620 miles), Cassini will employ its Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometer to examine the upper atmosphere.
02.25.08 - A little more than three years after the Huygens probe landed on Saturn's moon Titan, Cassini's radar instrument got another look at the landing area during a successful flyby on Feb. 22.
02.19.08 - Gaps in the soup of high energy particles near the orbits of two of Saturn's tiny moons indicate that Saturn may be surrounded by undiscovered, near-invisible partial rings.
02.14.08 - A little more than three years after the Huygens probe landed on Saturn's moon Titan, Cassini's radar instrument will get another look at the area where it landed during a flyby on Feb. 22.
02.08.08 - Art students have literally left their mark at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory with a gigantic, multi-wall mural of the Cassini spacecraft's latest discoveries about Saturn and its moons.
02.07.08 - Scientists on the Cassini mission have become out-of-this world "plumbers" as they try to piece together what's happening inside the "pipes" feeding the plumes of Saturn's moon Enceladus.
02.05.08 - One of Saturn's rings soaks up material gushing from the fountains on the tiny ice-moon, Enceladus, according to new Cassini observations.
01.31.08 - Order can be found in the most unexpected places, as demonstrated by our neighbor three planets down.
01.07.08 - The Cassini spacecraft successfully flew by Titan on Jan. 5.
01.02.08 - During the Cassini spacecraft's next encounter with Titan on Jan. 5 its visual and infrared mapping spectrometer will map the Huygens probe's landing site, now in direct sunlight.
12.21.07 - Cassini successfully completed its most recent Titan flyby on Dec. 20, 2007, and data are currently being analyzed.
12.18.07 - On Cassini's next Titan flyby on Dec. 20, 2007, the radar instrument will reveal Titan's "deep south".
12.06.07 - The Cassini spacecraft performed a southern hemisphere pass of Titan's surface on Dec. 5.
11.29.07 - The Cassini spacecraft will perform a southern hemisphere pass of Titan's surface on Dec. 5, 2007.
11.28.07 - Scientists analyzing data gathered by the Cassini spacecraft have confirmed the presence of heavy negative ions in the upper regions of Titan's atmosphere.
11.20.07 - Saturn's moon Titan was backlit by the sun during Cassini's flyby on Nov. 19.