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Scientists just answered a huge question about one of Saturn's...

(NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASI) The Grand Canyon is one of the most majestic spots on Earth, and a stunning testament to the power liquid has to shape rock. But scientists just announced it isn't alone in the universe.On Saturn's largest moon, Titan, ... Yahoo! Finance, 2 weeks ago

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New Scientist

Fleet of robots could hunt for life on icy moon Enceladus

Cassini flew through icy plumes from Enceladus NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute By Rebecca Boyle Delicate space nets. Probes landing with the force of a bomb. Ice-burrowing tunnellers. These are a few of the robots poised to grab the ...
 New Scientist3 weeks ago Rhea window: NASA probe eyes Saturn's bright moon NASA's Cassini Saturn probe has taken a glorious, full-frontal image of ice moon Rhea.  CNET.co.uk4 weeks ago
New Scientist

Old planets always get too hot or cold for life in the end

Anybody home? NASA/JPL-Caltech By Age matters. Searching for alien life on planets orbiting older stars may be fruitless because they always become prohibitively hot or cold. The search for life on other worlds has focused on planets in ...
 New Scientist1 month ago News Planet hunters seek new ways to detect alien life  Nature1 month ago New technique searches for exomoons by the light of their planets  MSN News US2 weeks ago RIP E.T. - alien life on most exoplanets dies young  catchnews.com2 months ago

NASA has discovered a strange warping illusion in the rings of Saturn

version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute NASA's just released a glorious new image of everyone's favourite ringed planet, Saturn, captured by the Cassini spacecraft last month. But if you take a closer look, ...
 Business Insider1 month ago Saturn 'bends' its rings in striking NASA photo - CNET  CNET Reviews1 month ago

How asteroid mining could be a future gold rush

An artist's conception shows the closest known planetary system to our own, called Epsilon Eridani. Image via NASA/JPL-Caltech A company called Planetary Resources is attempting to do something no one has done before: fly a spacecraft to an ...
 Silicon Republic2 weeks ago 'Alien megastructure' star only gets more mysterious  Sott.net3 weeks ago The So-Called Alien Megastructure Just Got Even More Mysterious  Gizmodo3 weeks ago
Spaceflight Now

The Face of Mars: A Martian mystery turns 40 - CNET

The Voyager 1 image of the Cydonian mesa. NASA/JPL The search for extraterrestrial life has so far turned up no positive results. But a photograph taken on 25 July 1976 -- 40 years ago today -- led many to believe that we might eventually find it ...
 CNET Reviews1 month ago 40 years since Viking, scientists still on the hunt for life on Mars  Spaceflight Now1 month ago The Night We Landed on Mars  Huffington Post1 month ago
The Verge

How to Watch the Supercharged Perseid Meteor Shower

View Images Perseid meteors seem to rain from the sky during an outburst in August 2009. Photograph by NASA/JPL Sky-watchers around the world are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the annual Perseid meteor shower, which peaks this year ...
 National Geographic2 weeks ago NASA just dumped a trove of photos of Mars' dunes, craters, and mountains  The Verge3 weeks ago Eyes up for the annual Perseid meteor shower  Cosmos Magazine3 weeks ago Video: What's Up for August 2016 night sky preview  HobbySpace4 weeks ago
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Cassini strikes again NASA's Saturn probe spacecraft discovers flooded canyons on Titan!

Image courtesy: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASI New Delhi: Once again, Cassini has beamed back a staggering discovery during its probe of Saturn and its moons. NASA has released an image which shows deep, steep-sided canyons on Saturn's moon Titan that ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Saturn's moon Titan has flooded canyons  EarthSky2 weeks ago Flooded Canyons Discovered on Saturn's Mysterious Moon Titan  Popular Mechanics2 weeks ago NASA finds liquid-filled canyons on Saturn's moon  USA Today2 weeks ago
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Gizmodo India

This false-color view of Saturn's clouds from Cassini is absolutely fabulous! (See pic)

Image criedt: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Kevin M Gill New Delhi: NASA's Cassini spacecraft has captured this false-color view that shows clouds in Saturn's northern hemisphere. According to NASA, the view was made using images ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Saturn's Oil Drop Surface Looks Incredible Through an Infrared Lens  Gizmodo2 weeks ago Image: Infrared Saturn clouds  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago See Saturn's Cloud Through Infrared Lens  NatureWorldNews.com2 weeks ago
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Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland

Here's the simple tool scientists hope will unravel the mystery of how Jupiter came to be

(One side of Juno's main body holds five of the spacecraft's six microwave radiometers, the shiny aluminum squares.NASA/JPL-Caltech/Lockheed Martin) If you've ever looked into how your microwave oven turns a frozen hunk of food into a delicious ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland3 weeks ago
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