With eyes sharper than any that have peered at Saturn before, the Cassini spacecraft has uncovered two moons, which may be the smallest bodies so far seen around the ringed planet.
The Cassini spacecraft, has detected lightning and a new radiation belt at Saturn, and a glow around the planet's largest moon, Titan.
Encircled in purple stratospheric haze, Saturn's largest moon, Titan, appears as a softly glowing sphere in this colorized image taken on July 3, 2004, one day after Cassini's first flyby of that moon.
With shimmering pinks, hues of gray and a hint of brown, a newly released image of Saturn's rings resembles a fresco where nature is the painter.
The moon with the split personality, Iapetus, presents a perplexing appearance in the latest images snapped by the Cassini spacecraft.
The Cassini spacecraft emerged from behind the Sun today after being in solar conjunction since July 5.
The Cassini spacecraft has revealed surface details of Saturn's moon Titan and imaged a huge cloud of gas surrounding the planet-sized moon.
Just two days after the Cassini spacecraft entered Saturn orbit, preliminary science results are already beginning to show a complex and fascinating planetary system.
Detailed images of Saturn's rings are only some of the rewards after nearly seven years of space travel.
The international Cassini-Huygens mission has successfully entered orbit around Saturn.
After nearly seven years of asking, "Are we there yet?" the Cassini-Huygens mission is poised to enter Saturn's orbit this evening.
Saturn is now a day away for the Cassini spacecraft, a seasoned traveler that began its journey nearly seven years ago.
On approach to Saturn, data obtained by the Cassini spacecraft are already posing a puzzling question: How long is the day on Saturn?
Irregular bright and dark regions of yet unidentified composition and character are becoming increasingly visible on Titan's surface as Cassini approaches.
Like a woolly mammoth trapped in Arctic ice, Saturn's small moon Phoebe may be a frozen artifact of a bygone era, some four billion years ago.
After completing a successful trajectory correction maneuver on Wednesday, the Cassini spacecraft is now on its final approach to Saturn.
Images from Cassini's flyby of Phoebe show evidence that the tiny object may contain ice-rich material, overlain with a thin layer of darker material.
First images from Cassini's flyby of Phoebe reveal it to be a scarred, cratered outpost with a very old surface.
With its flyby of Phoebe, the Cassini spacecraft has completed the first satellite flyby in its four-year tour of the Saturn system.
The most complex interplanetary mission ever launched is about to meet one of the solar system's enigmatic moons.