NASA’s Cassini spacecraft spots what might be the birth of a new moon from Saturn’s outermost ring.
For the first time, the Cassini spacecraft has captured clear images of lakes around the Saturn moon's north pole.
A massive storm on Saturn churns up water and ammonia ice from the planet's depths.
An independent video editor has taken images of Saturn from the Cassini-Huygens mission to put together a striking and poetic look at the ringed planet.
Recent data from the Cassini spacecraft just added another local contender in the search for extraterrestrial life.
For your next vacation spot, the Saturn Bureau of Tourism would like you to consider the tropics of Titan, where new images from Cassini show extensive dune fields interspersed with shallow methane lakes. Relax, get a tan, and if you're lucky, meet some locals.
You'll probably never get to sit in the driver's seat and fly a spaceship around Saturn, but if you did, it would look exactly like this. There's no models or CGI in this video: it's all real live imagery from Cassini.