09.15.06 - Ring scientists have been waiting for this. Finally, after more than two years orbiting Saturn, the Cassini spacecraft reaches one of the ultimate vantage points.
09.14.06 - Cassini's visual and infrared mapping spectrometer has detected what appears to be a massive ethane cloud surrounding Titan's north pole. The cloud might be snowing ethane snowflakes into methane lakes below.
09.11.06 - Cassini flew by Saturn's moon Titan on Sept. 7, 2006, studying its atmosphere and surface.
09.05.06 - After revealing a land of bountiful lakes on Cassini's last flyby of Saturn's moon Titan, the journey continues during a flyby on Sept. 7, 2006.
06.29.06 - Just as perfume lingering in the air of an empty room offers hints about a previous occupant, the cloud of oxygen the Cassini spacecraft encountered as it first approached Saturn turned out to be a calling card from another celestial presence, the tiny moon Enceladus.
06.05.06 - Bob Pappalardo gets by with a little help from his friends. Pappalardo is a newly hired JPL planetary scientist who credits a collaborative effort with colleagues for a recent unusual discovery based on images from Cassini.
04.19.06 - On Saturn, it may be a very long wait for the calm after a storm.
02.09.06 - A celestial swarm of stars will hover near a honey-colored Saturn for the next several months.
02.01.06 - This fall a group of fourth and fifth graders got to put themselves in the scientists’ place and select where to point Cassini's cameras.
01.25.06 - Saturn reaches opposition -- the closest it comes to Earth -- on Jan. 27, 2006.
01.14.06 - A year ago the Huygens probe landed on Titan after being ferried there by the Cassini spacecraft.
09.05.05 - Cassini scientists have discovered an unexpected menagerie of clouds lurking in the depths of Saturn's complicated atmosphere.
09.05.05 - Cassini scientists studying Saturn's rings have made several new findings that further our knowledge of how this beautiful and dynamic system continues to evolve before our eyes.
07.20.05 - A year after entering orbit around Saturn, the Cassini-Huygens team is looking back at a string of remarkable discoveries.
05.13.05 - As the large amount of data collected by the European Space Agency's Huygens probe during its descent onto Titan is being processed, new views of this fascinating world become available
04.29.05 - 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.
02.17.05 - NASA's Cassini spacecraft has discovered another world with blue skies: Saturn.› Listen to Story →
01.16.05 - The European Space Agency's Huygens probe has landed on Saturn's giant moon Titan.› Listen to Story →
01.04.04 - On January 14, 2005, the European Space Agency's Huygens probe will descend to the surface of Saturn's largest moon.› Listen to Story →
08.20.04 - Jonathan Lunine, U.S. participant on the Huygens Probe interdisciplinary science team, explains what makes Saturn's moon Titan such an interesting destination.› Read Part 2 of Interview