High-resolution imagery of newly discovered paleolakes shows a period of consistent liquid water flow.
The moon of Jupiter has likely experienced intermittent, regional plate tectonic activity in the past, although the plates are currently dormant.
Solar occultation observations from the ACS/MIR instrument provide coincident profiles of O3, H2O and temperature, shedding light on correlations and unveiling knowledge gaps in Mars’s photochemistry.
Three-dimensional reconstructions enable virtual exploration of pits on the Moon.
The first seismic observations from Mars significantly reduce uncertainty in estimates of the Red Planet’s crustal structure.
NASA Astronaut and planetary geologist Dr. Jessica Watkins recently published her post-doctoral Mars research in JGR: Planets, just prior to heading to the International Space Station.
The low density of Kuiper Belt Object Arrokoth sheds light on the formation of planetesimals in the early solar system.
A new method, nano-FTIR, is used to examine microstructures and processes on grains, displaying its benefit for examining asteroid returned samples through a meteorite.
New simulations suggest that subsurface oceans on icy moons with small natural Rossby numbers may be dominated by rotational effects.