Earth, Planetary, & Space Sciences



Growing My Own Roots

How this 3rd-generation Bruin Found a New Home at UCLA

Earth-like planets may be an inevitability

Our planet is often thought of as unique in the galaxy, with just the right conditions to support an atmosphere,

UCLA-led study explains how one of Saturn’s moons ejects particles from oceans beneath its surface

Although it is relatively small, Enceladus — the sixth largest of Saturn’s 83 moons — has been considered by astronomers

Spotlight on the UCLA SPINLab

Jon Aurnou’s Simulated Planetary Interiors Laboratory —SPINLab—studies how the rotation of planets shapes the flow of fluids in their atmospheres