Tagged With Moons

NASA's next $1 billion space mission will be an alien-hunting nuclear helicopter that flies around Saturn's icy moon Titan

Scientists just found a dozen new moons around Jupiter — including one they're calling an 'oddball'

NASA 'tasted' complex organic compounds in a blast of water from one of Saturn's moons — and can't yet rule out the possibility that they're from alien life

Alien life may have had billions of years to brew inside Saturn's icy moon Enceladus

NASA finally has a map to explore Jupiter's icy, ocean-hiding moon for signs of alien life

Planets and moons are now part of Google Maps -- here are 6 incredible worlds you must explore

Saturn ruled this scientist's life for 40 years -- here's why she's begging NASA to go back after Cassini's death

NASA picked the 100 greatest images of Saturn from its Cassini mission -- here are some of the best

The solar eclipse will make cities as dark as other planets and moons -- see which world Americans will be 'standing' on

Astronauts may wear eight-legged 'spider' spacesuits to crawl on the moons of Mars

Scientists say the Ewoks in 'Star Wars' should have suffered a gruesome fate when the Death Star exploded

New close-up photos of Saturn's largest moon may be the last for decades

NASA has found evidence that an ice-covered moon of Saturn could sustain alien life

NASA will reveal new discoveries about alien ocean worlds on Thursday -- here's how to watch live

These new closest-ever photos of Saturn's moon Pan show it looks like a frozen ravioli the size of New York City

'The Ewoks are dead. All of them': How Star Wars got the ultimate fate of the Death Star completely wrong

Scientists just discovered NASA accidentally flew through a blast of alien ocean water in 1997 -- and a $2 billion mission may soon 'taste' it for signs of life

This is the closest-ever photo of a 'wavemaker moon' that hides out in Saturn's rings

Earth is a desert planet compared to these ocean worlds in the solar system

Jupiter is humongous, and this photo of its hellish moon proves it