Rock Blown 3 Feet By Mars Rover Named After The Rolling StonesBefore taking the stage at the Rose Bowl for their first concert there in 25 years, “Iron Man” actor Robert Downey Jr. announced that NASA had named a rock that had rolled as the InSight lander arrived on the Red Planet after the iconic band.
Sound From Mars Heard For First Time On EarthWas there ever life on Mars? Maybe. Is there sound? Definitely.
Life On Mars? NASA Has Strongest Evidence YetScientists reported Thursday that NASA's Curiosity rover has found potential building blocks of life in an ancient Martian lakebed.
What Has NASA Found On Mars?A mysterious announcement by NASA promises a new scientific discovery about the Red Planet to be revealed in a Thursday news conference.
Cassini Completes 20-Year Mission With Plunge Into SaturnRadio silence signaled the end of a 20-year mission. The Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere at about 70,000 miles per hour Friday morning and vaporized into the planet it has studied for the past 13 years.
Cassini Spacecraft Starts Final Phase Of 20-Year Saturn MissionThe end is near for JPL’s Cassini spacecraft’s 20-year journey to Saturn.
NASA's Juno Spacecraft Enters Jupiter's OrbitJuno's solar panels successfully deployed Monday night, allowing the NASA spacecraft to begin an extensive exploration of Jupiter.
NASA's Juno On Track To Make It To Jupiter By July 4thJuno will map the biggest planet in the solar system, sending data back to JPL in Pasadena
SpaceX Cargo Mission To Carry Fungi For Experiments, Inflatable Habitat To Space Station A rocket set for launch from Cape Canaveral on April 8 will carry fungi to the International Space Station for experiments in developing new medicines for use in space and on Earth.
NASA Scientist Says El Niño May Still Bring RainDon't lose hope just yet. A climatologist says there's a high potential for rain in March and April.
NASA Scientist On El Nino: 'You'll Essentially Be Riding Your Kayak In Front Of Your Home'NASA scientist Bill Patzert is aware many Southern California residents are waiting to see the well-hyped El Niño produce some rain.
NASA's JPL Says El Nino Will Likely Double Southern California Rainfall For WinterA leading scientist revealed strong evidence that California may receive twice its regular rainfall this winter, which has prompted many residents living in the foothills to begin preparations.
Seismologist Lucy Jones Casts Doubt On JPL's 'Magnitude-5.0' Earthquake PredictionUSGS seismologist Lucy Jones, who heads Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's earthquake preparedness team, wants to clear up an earthquake study making headlines Wednesday.
NASA Gives 99-Percent Probability Of 5.0 Earthquake In LAIf scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena are correct, a moderately-sized earthquake is expected within the next two-and-a-half years.
Several Big LA-Area Events Could Create Huge Traffic JamSeveral big events could combine Saturday to create a perfect storm of bumper-to-bumper traffic throughout Southern California.