On Saturn, things are different. Like, hurricanes are hexagonal, and contain sub-hurricanes that are twice the size that we get on Earth.
Cassini sends back an updated pale blue dot image of the Earth and Moon as seen from Saturn.
However much money we're giving to NASA, we should increase it by a factor of ten, and this picture proves it.
Astronomers have been fixated on sending spacecraft to Jupiter, and now we know why.
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.
NASA's deep space probes have delivered a number of vital pieces of information, but it turns out that some of the most exciting transmissions is essentially a space selfie of planet Earth.
Recent data from the Cassini spacecraft just added another local contender in the search for extraterrestrial life.
Beware the Saturnicane. Earth's climate woes have nothing on Saturn's monster storm of doom.
In my opinion this is one of the coolest space videos I've seen in a long time. The video shows images of Saturn and Jupiter captured by NASA's Voyager and Cassini spacecraft in spectacular detail. We see Saturn's rings come alive and the cosmic storms swirl on both Saturn and Jupiter.