These are just a handful of the hundreds of mysterious features across our solar neighborhood that beg to be studied closer.
With over 750 papers published in AGU journals based on Cassini-Huygens mission data, three editors select some of the most noteworthy.
A plume of water ice that escapes Saturn’s moon Enceladus should be coursing with electrical currents, but data are mixed. Now simulations suggest that a sticky dust cloud may shield signals.
A ridge around Saturn's third-largest moon has scientists scratching their heads.
The finely detailed images can help future scientists study small bodies with weak gravity.
Why are Charon's poles dusted with reddish material?
Twelve years of studying Saturn's magnetosphere has produced many compelling breakthroughs. Even more exciting, however, is what's left to learn.