The outer planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus. These are all categorized as gas giants and are also called Jovian planets. Scientists refer to them to have a rocky core and all the outer planets have dozens of moons each. They are separated from the inner planets by the asteroid belt.
Enceladus -Fountains of water ice blast thousands of kilometres above the surface of Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus. It is thought that the pull of Saturn's powerful gravity distorts the moon and heats the interior, forming an underground ocean.
This is a picture of a lunar eclipse. During a lunar eclipse the full moon passes in front of Earth's shadow. A total lunar eclipse would occur if the moon was to move into the entire umbra. The Moon is lit by sunlight that is bent partly around the Earth and is reddened while going through the Earth's atmosphere, just as the Sun is reddened at sunset.
ESA/Hubble Flashback: An Infrared View Of Saturn. Feel free to share! This false-colour image of Saturn, taken with Hubble's Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS), shows the planet's reflected infrared light.
Endeavour Lands at KSC - from Fun Space Stuff for Children - Will help you answer kids questions about the first astronauts, weightlessness, and how shuttles landed; fun space toys, books, and costumes for kids under eight.