NASA's Messenger probe has found Mickey Mouse on Mercury. Messenger has already transmitted more than 100,000 other images, so perhaps Pete is up there somewhere too. Pete's my favorite. (Los Angeles Times)
Saturn's Enceladus Revisited --NASA Expert: "Is it the Site of a Second Genesis?" Saturn's small, icy moon Enceladus. It shows a plume of ice particles that shoot thousands of kilometres into space and form one of Saturn's rings.
Mars May Be Habitable Today, Scientists Say Rod Pyle, SPACE.com Contributor | February 25, 2013 While Mars was likely a more hospitable place in its wetter, warmer past, the Red Planet may still be capable of supporting microbial life today, some scientists say. McEwen discussed some intriguing observations by HiRise, which suggest that briny water may flow down steep Martian slopes during the local spring and summer.