A new seismic survey of the Chicxulub impact crater reveals the structure of its peak ring and the sediments that cover it.
A new ground station and an expanded education network will lead to the launch of a security and Earth observation satellite in 2022.
Scientists tested whether a classic technique could detect subsurface oceans on the moons of Uranus. In this scenario, the planet’s oddball magnetic field offers a big advantage.
An instrument called WATSON can help find biosignatures on icy ocean worlds.
With no atmosphere in the way, measurements of the planet’s surface temperature are the first observational constraints on mantle convection models for an exoplanet.
Terrestrial caves offer scientific and engineering insights and serve as testing grounds for future forays by humans and robots into caves on other worlds.
A particle-level process appears to play a key role in planet-sized events throughout the universe.
Saturn’s moon Enceladus boasts fierce tiger stripes around its south pole, a mystery that has long puzzled scientists. New research explores the stripes by examining how the moon’s ice breaks.
New research considers the effect of Jupiter’s Galilean moons on each other’s oceans for the first time.
Decades of research have illuminated how Io and Europa shape—and are shaped by—Jupiter’s giant magnetosphere.