It's possible that diamonds could stud not just the metaphorical skies touted in pop songs, but Saturn and Jupiter's skies, as well
The radio signal of the Voyager 1 probe, the first manmade object to exit our solar system, appears as a pale blue speck in a sea of darkness in a new NASA photo.
NASA's Voyager 1 probe is heading toward an encounter with a distant star, about 40,000 years from now.
Voyager 1 is now in interstellar space, reports a new study that is at odds with NASA's findings, which places the venerable space probe just inside the sphere of our sun's influence.
Scientists have found a massive exoplanet far from its star that could revise the current model for how gas giants are formed.
Scientists have found the answer to a long-vexing question: what are those strange orbiting objects out past Jupiter?
Cassini Saturn photo: The images, from probes orbiting Mercury and Saturn, show Earth as a pale blue dot.
Neptune moon: Archival images from the Hubble Space Telescope has revealed a tiny, faint moon orbiting Neptune, bringing the distant gas giant's known moons to 14.
For the first time, scientists have determined the color of a planet outside our solar system.
Scientists have detected one of the critical signs that the Voyager 1 is nearly in interstellar space. But this has happened before.