Cassini performed back-to-back flybys of Saturn moons Tethys and Hyperion last weekend, coming closer than ever before to each of them.› View This Video
What are comets made of? JPL's Dr. Don Yeomans explains› View This Video
Learn what the mission team is doing to prepare for its July 4 encounter with comet Tempel 1.› View This Video
Enjoy stunning images of Saturn and its moons.
2007 was a year of scientific surprises and major milestones for JPL missions studying Earth, our solar system and distant galaxies.› View This Video
A thick chunk of Arctic sea ice the size of two states has disappeared. Is it global warming or normal causes?› View This Video
A space-based radar survey helped uncover ruins of the medieval settlement of Angkor, Cambodia.
Icebergs, fjords, glaciers. All part of the view at Earth's poles.
Earth's glaciers, ice sheets and oceans in the Arctic and Antarctica are the subject of the two-year International Polar Year study. NASA also begins work to explore other poles in our solar system.› View This Video
Intriguing planets, exotic moons, glittering galaxies. JPL missions produced a dazzling array of images in 2006. Take a peek at a few of these visual treats.
JPL's Alberto Behar leads an expedition to frozen West Greenland to study the inner workings of a glacier.› View This Video
Calling all space buffs. To celebrate JPL's 70th anniversary, we created a quiz to test your knowledge of robotic space exploration.
JPL has always been a pioneer in space exploration. Excerpts from one of JPL's original 'rocketmen' describe the first experiments that led to the creation of JPL.› View This Video
NASA missions study a storm from many angles.
You see them just about every day but what do you really know about clouds?
In the early morning hours of April 18, 1906, a violent earthquake shook San Francisco and the surrounding area. This interactive feature explains technologies JPL researchers are using a century after the "Big One."
For the first time, scientists will be able to see clouds in 3-D.› View This Video
Student-built robots battled it out in a regional robotics competition.
Even today, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake is called the "Big One."› View This Video
After a 13-year voyage of discovery, the Topex/Poseidon oceanography satellite ended its mission.› View This Video