When we watch starlight pass through Saturn’s rings, it tells us an interesting story.
How big must a solar system body be to be considered a dwarf planet.
Could there be a planet on the far side of the Sun?
Recently the Juno probe crossed Jupiter’s bow shock on its way to the planet.
Observations of Mercury’s transit haven’t been scientifically important, but that’s not why we do it.
A comet without a tail could hold clues to the formation of our solar system.
The dwarf planet Makemake has a moon.
The Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn may have felt the gravitational pull of a ninth planet.
On Monday amateur astronomer John Mckeon captured an unusual flash on the limb of Jupiter while he was filming the planet through a telescope.