Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Mars 2020 rover on track for launch next July
Perfecting the technology needed for ‘starshades’
NASA to shut down Spitzer Space Telescope early next year
NASA’s InSight mission lands on Mars to study planet’s hidden interior
Managers clear InSight for launch after heat shield review
Saturn’s clouds run deep, rings may rain organics
Saturn’s clouds have roots deeper inside the planet’s atmosphere than scientists previously thought, and Saturn’s rings — now believed to have formed in the last 200 million years — appear to be raining organic molecules down on the planet, according to observations made by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft last year in the final weeks of its mission.