Scientists are baffled by a spacecraft’s detection of large molecules in a moon’s atmosphere.
Juno Gets Spectacular View of Jupiter’s Aurora
The NASA spacecraft has taken images of Jupiter’s powerful aurora dancing around its poles, revealing never-before-seen details in their structure.
White House Announces Picks for NASA Chief and NOAA Deputy Head
If the administration’s selection of Rep. Jim Bridenstine to lead NASA is confirmed, the congressman would be the first politician to head the agency.
Giovanni: The Bridge Between Data and Science
Using satellite remote sensing data sets can be a daunting task. Giovanni, a Web-based tool, facilitates access, visualization, and exploration for many of NASA’s Earth science data sets.
A Wealth of Science to Come During Cassini’s Final Orbits
NASA’s spacecraft will continue to unlock Saturn’s mysteries up until the moment it burns up in Saturn’s atmosphere.
Saturn Unveiled: Ten Notable Findings from Cassini-Huygens
The soon-to-end NASA mission to Saturn changed the way we think of habitability beyond Earth, opened our eyes to dynamics in the gas giant’s atmosphere, and more.
Signs of Water in a Moon Rock
NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI) Lunar Volatiles Workshop; Laurel, Maryland, 15–17 November 2016
Mysterious Particle Beams Found over Jupiter’s Poles
The unexpected character of the beams, revealed by NASA’s Juno spacecraft, suggests that the processes that produce Jupiter’s auroras are unlike those on Earth.
Planetary Science Up, Earth Science Down in Proposed NASA Budget
The agency’s acting administrator says that the fiscal year 2018 White House budget request tells NASA to stay the course.
Proposed Federal Budget Heightens Hurricane Risk
The health, welfare, and livelihood of millions depend upon our elected officials’ continued and robust support for hurricane research.