A mission to collect samples from Saturn's moon Titan and return them to Earth could be on the cards.
The man, who filed the lawsuit earlier this month, claims that he is from the 'sixth planet of our solar system'.
Scientists have found evidence to suggest that another world once existed between Uranus and Saturn.
The scientific helm of NASA's historic Voyager missions has suggested that we revisit Saturn's icy moon.
A new $850 million drone-like lander will be venturing on to (and above) the surface of Saturn's enigmatic moon.
A new type of nuclear fusion propulsion system could see spacecraft make it to Saturn in a matter of months.
A new study has revealed that Saturn's rings may be slowly falling on to the gas giant as 'ring rain'.
One of Saturn's moons has thrown up a new mystery in the form of oddly straight lines etched in to its surface.
Back in 2017, Cassini picked up the sounds of plasma waves travelling between Saturn and Enceladus.
Scientists have determined that Saturn's icy moon has 'all of the basic requirements for life as we know it'.
New laboratory experiments have added support to the idea that microbes could be living on Saturn's icy moon.
Just like the oceans here on Earth, Titan's hydrocarbon seas and lakes lie at an average elevation.
NASA is considering a mission to Saturn's moon Titan that would use a drone to scout across large areas.
A breathtaking mosaic of the iconic ringed gas giant has been put together by the Cassini mission team.
NASA has revealed the discovery of methane and other chemicals in the gas giant's upper atmosphere.
One of the greatest robotic space missions of all time has finally reached its inevitable conclusion.
NASA's long-lived Cassini spacecraft will begin its final descent in to Saturn's atmosphere this week.
New data from Cassini has suggested that Saturn's rings may only be around 100 million years old.
The spacecraft embarked upon the first of its final five orbits around the gas giant earlier today.
Saturn's mysterious moon Titan may be a lot more habitable than scientists had previously believed.