Latest Magnetosphere of Saturn Stories
Since the NASA / ESA Cassini-Huygens spacecraft arrived at Saturn in 2004, astronomers and space scientists have been able to study the ringed planet and its moons in great detail.
Observations of how Saturnâ€™s moon Enceladus interacts with its environment show it leaves a complex pattern of ripples and bubbles in its wake.
In a David and Goliath story of Saturnian proportions, the little moon Enceladus is weighing down giant Saturn's magnetic field so much that the field is rotating slower than the planet.
Saturn's radio emissions could be mistaken for a Halloween sound track.
As NASA's Cassini spacecraft approached Saturn last July, it found evidence that lightning on Saturn is roughly one million times stronger than lightning on Earth.