Scientists confront new mysteries about the largest planet in our solar system.
The barely visible dot of our home could be perceived as an exoplanet from a faraway perspective.
If you're zipping through space dust at 77,000 mph, you need a shield of some sort...
"Enceladus has almost all of the ingredients you would need to support life as we know it on Earth," a NASA scientist said.
Temperatures on the icy world hover at around -305 degrees Fahrenheit.
NASA and the ESA, which worked together on the Cassini-Huygens mission alongside the Italian Space Agency, are highlighting
The Earth-like moon will maintain its mystery and wonder for many years to come.