Science@NASA 19 Mar 2010, 04:46 UTC Researchers who once confidently stated that the Moon was bone-dry are now thinking the unthinkable: The Moon has so much water, there's actually a "lunar hydrosphere." International spacecraft have recently discovered no fewer than three "flavors" of moonwater and no one knows when the discoveries will end.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory News and Features 18 Mar 2010, 19:03 UTC From Earth, Saturn may look like a peaceful orb, but NASA's Cassini spacecraft has revealed a rough and tumble roller derby among the gas giant's rings.
NASA Breaking News 18 Mar 2010, 04:00 UTC Expedition 22 Commander Jeff Williams and Flight Engineer Max Suraev landed their Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft on the steppes of Kazakhstan Thursday, wrapping up a five-and-a-half-month stay aboard the International Space Station.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory News and Features 17 Mar 2010, 19:03 UTC Tendrils of the coldest stuff in our galaxy can be seen in a new, large image from Planck, a mission surveying the whole sky to learn more about the birth of our universe.
ESO Top News 17 Mar 2010, 18:00 UTC Combining observations from the CoRoT satellite and the ESO HARPS instrument, astronomers have discovered the first “normal” exoplanet that can be studied in great detail. Designated Corot-9b, the planet regularly passes in front of a star similar to the Sun located 1500 light-years away from Earth towards the constellation of Serpens (the Snake).
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope 17 Mar 2010, 18:00 UTC Astronomers have come across what appear to be two of the earliest and most primitive supermassive black holes known.
ESO Top News 16 Mar 2010, 21:00 UTC New ground-breaking thermal images obtained with ESO’s Very Large Telescope and other powerful ground-based telescopes show swirls of warmer air and cooler regions never seen before within Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, enabling scientists to make the first detailed interior weather map of the giant storm system linking its temperature, winds, pressure and composition with its colour.