Beware the Saturnicane. Earth's climate woes have nothing on Saturn's monster storm of doom.
NASA has no idea why the volcanoes on Jupiter's moon Io are where they are, says they should be more to the left.
Think of these atmospheric phenomena as the shy auroras of the mid latitudes.
100 million miles is a long way to go for a comet viewing party. At least NASA brought a piano.
This little green meteorite could be the very first of its kind.
Amazed scientists refer to the phenomena as the "runt of the supernova litter."
Featuring geodesic dome rooms and powerful telescopes, this resort might be the best possible getaway for fans of space and astronomy.
A new study that attempts to pin a number on the amount of planets in a normal galaxy offers as lot of promise for the future of interplanetary exploration.
So far, our search for Martians and other extraterrestrial forms of life hasn't quite panned out, but that doesn't stop us from continuing to look. Now astronomers at the University of Hertfordshire in England have discovered a new system of planets, which in many ways are remarkably similar to our own neighborhood and may even support life.
This little smudge doesn't look like much now, but it's a newly discovered comet that's heading towards the sun. C/2012 S1, as it's known, will make its closest pass in November of next year, by which point astronomers are predicting that it may appear brighter than a full moon. Much brighter.