Saturn gazes upon another world, while stars burn and northern lights gleam in the week's best space photos. Sparks fly as an aurora lights up this week's sky in this gorgeous Your Shot view of nighttime
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home The planet Uranus is spectacularly far away. Even when viewed from Saturn, the next planet in, icy Uranus is still just a few pixels of blue in an inky black sky.
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home Anyone who’s seen a picture of Jupiter has stared — for more than a few seconds — at that giant, massive red splotch in the planet’s southern hemisphere. It’s the
Lakes inside a glacier may have been oases for Martian microbes 210 million years ago. Thanks to a series of discoveries made over the past year by the Curiosity and Opportunity rovers, planetary scientists
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home Europa is like a spherical ice cube that has partially melted. In fact, if you shook this small moon of Jupiter, you might hear a sloshing sound. That’s because deep,
Changing Planet Dramatic plumes, both large and small, spray water ice and vapor from many locations along the famed “tiger stripes” near the south pole of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. Courtesy NASA/JPL Erupting