NASA says new observations from the Hubble Space Telescope confirm the presence of a subsurface ocean on Jupiter's largest moon.
Observations from the Hubble Space Telescope have confirmed that there's a salty subsurface ocean on Jupiter's largest moon.
The warm interior ocean of this moon of Saturn is bursting through its surface and the spacecraft plans to dive-bomb the satellite for a sip.
The space telescope is taking a close look at the gas giant and finds that a massive wave on the planet seen decades ago wasn't just a fluke.
NASA has more details on its planned mission to the Jupiter moon suspected to be the best other place for life to survive in the solar system.
Enceladus may have a warm ocean beneath its icy surface, but it may also be shooting through that crust in big sheets, perhaps filled with sea monkeys.
For the first time, astronomers have captured images of a rare type of asteroid that rotates so quickly it literally cracks itself up.
Three of Jupiter's largest moons gather together to cross the planet's face for a rare astronomical show.
In January 2015, astronomers will be able to observe three moon shadows travelling across the face of Jupiter.
At the best of times, Jupiter's moon Io is a turbulent, torturous place. But last August, scientists say things really heated up.