Enceladus’ hidden ocean is kept warm by porous core

The findings could have important consequences for the prospect of finding alien life there.

How Spanish scientists described a solar flare in 1886

He was one of the pioneers of studying solar activity.

Researchers believe they’ve found a great place for a moonbase — thanks to a volcano

Building a moonbase in a lava tube. Doesn’t that sound awesome?

You can now use Google Maps to explore other moons and planets

You can explore the solar system from the comfort of your home.

Evidence keeps pilling up in favor of the mysterious Planet Nine

A ninth planet 10 times bigger than Earth might be lurking far away within the solar system.

NASA observatory highlights the importance of studying CO2 on Earth: it’s connected to everything

Groundbreaking data allows us to study carbon dioxide in unprecedented detail.

Gravity map reveals Martian crust might be lighter than we thought

Mars may be more porous than we thought.

NASA will fly jets to chase the upcoming total eclipse to learn more about the sun

No, they don’t want to chase away the eclipse. It’s just science.

Orbiting supermassive black holes confirmed by astronomers for the time

This is one slow dance.

Japan launches satellite to generate its own, better GPS

Positioning errors will be decreased by a factor of 100.

Halos on Mars suggest the red planet may have been hospitable for far long longer than thought

Life had more time to appear or even thrive on Mars than we imagined.

Cassini heard ‘the big empty’ when it dived through Saturn and its rings

The song before the ‘grand finale’.

NASA snaps unprecedented image of auroras on gas giant Uranus

A rare sight 4.50 million kilometers away.

NASA satellite spots mile-long iceberg breaking off from Antarctic glacier

NASA’s satellites witnessed the dramatic breaking of the iceberg.

NASA team to study Kilauea volcano from ground, air, and space

NASA’s bringing out the big guns.

European Space Agency releases map of continent’s urban footprint

The black things – that’s us.

Jupiter’s cloud bands extend for hundreds of kilometers into the atmosphere

Scientists peeled Jupiter and make striking findings.

Awesome satellite imagery shows surprising images of North Korea

What a time to be alive.

China launches FAST, the largest radio-telescope in the world

Big country, big telescope.

Astronomers get the first glimpse of solar wind as it forms

Using images of the Sun and strong processing algorithms, scientists have observed solar winds emerging from the corona.