Solar winds are not the main culprit in stripping the planet’s atmosphere, a new study suggests.
The new global map of Europa’s surface heat also highlighted one spot on the moon that is inexplicably cold.
A recently observed temperature reversal on Uranus may offer a clue to a long-standing mystery: Why are the upper atmospheres of gas giants so hot?
Geophysical Research Letters publishes First Results from the MAVEN Mission to Mars, demonstrating a remarkable achievement of NASA's MAVEN team and the broader scientific community.
Dunes, ridges, or something else? Scientists seek to understand the origins of transverse aeolian ridges.
Observations from NASA's Cassini probe show that the level of methane in Titan's atmosphere depends on the Sun's 11-year cycle of magnetic activity.
A new analysis of Cassini data reveals a major source of heavy hydrocarbons on Saturn’s moon Titan.