The changing seasons of Saturn’s Titan moon

For the first time, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has recorded the effect of changing seasons on Saturn’s Earth-like moon Titan.

Saturn has another Pac-Man moon

Cassini scientists have found a second 'Pac-Man' moon orbiting Saturn, this time on the moon Tethys.

Mega-storm churns up Saturn

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has been watching the aftermath of the largest and hottest stratospheric vortex ever detected in our solar system.

Were Saturn's moons produced during multiple impacts?

Two professors say that the unusual moons of Saturn could be explained by several large impacts in which several major satellites merged to form Titan.

"Ice avalanches" found on Saturn moon

It's always cool when something new is discovered, especially when it's about 750 million miles away from Earth.

Blue lightning spotted in Saturn storm

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has spotted lightning on Saturn in broad daylight, as part of a massive storm last year.

New vortex appears over Titan's pole

NASA's Cassini probe has spotted a vast vortex over the south pole of Saturn's moon Titan, triggered by the moon's move into winter.

Saturn's jet streams explained

Scientists believe they've discovered the origins of Saturn's turbulent jet streams, which whip across the planet east and west.

Tropical lakes spotted on Titan

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has spotted long-standing methane lakes near the equator of Saturn’s moon Titan.

A closer look at Titan's chemical factory

Saturn's giant moon Titan conceals a thick, smoggy atmosphere that is believed to be one of the most complex chemical environments in the solar system.

Cassini sees objects blasting through Saturn's rings

New images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show strange, half-mile-sized objects punching through Saturn's outermost ring and leaving glittering trails behind them.

Oxygen found around Saturnian moon

Observations from NASA's Cassini spacecraft have revealed an oxygen atmosphere around Saturn's moon Dione.

'Saturn on steroids' discovered

Astrophysicists have for the first time observed a Saturn-like ringed planet orbiting a star like our own.

Cassini snaps new pictures of Saturn and Titan

NASA has released a number of new images of Saturn and Titan snapped by the agency’s Cassini spacecraft.

Team images electrical circuit linking Saturn and Enceladus

NASA scientists have revealed the 'footprint' of an electrical circuit linking Saturn and its moon Enceladus.

Icy moon rains water onto Saturn

ESA’s Herschel space observatory has solved the 14-year mystery of where the water in Saturn's upper atmosphere comes from - it's being expelled from the planet's moon Enceladus.

Cassini monitors biggest-ever Saturn storm

NASA scientists have captured both the sight and sounds of a storm on Saturn that covers eight times the surface area of Earth.

Cassini images throw light on Saturnian moon

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has made its second-closest visit to Saturn's icy moon Helene, snapping details of its Saturn-facing side.

Saturnian cyclone has lasted five years

Researchers at the University of the Basque Country say they've been monitoring a cyclone on Saturn for more than five years, making it the longest-lasting cyclone ever found on any of the giant planets.

Ridge on Saturn's moon created as ring slammed into the equator

In the five years since Cassini released images of a bizarre ridge encircling the equator of Saturn's moon Iapetus, astronomers have struggled for an explanation.