Anyone looking to the sky early Wednesday morning will get to see a lunar eclipse but set those alarms early.
The celestial event’s best viewing time will be between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m. Wednesday, October 8.
The summertime brings a great chance for stargazers to catch meteor showers.
Stargazers in the Northern Hemisphere finally get to see a recently discovered comet because its closer to Earth than its ever been before.
An online vote to name Pluto’s two newest, itty-bitty moons is over. And the winner is Vulcan, a name suggested by actor William Shatner, who played Capt. Kirk in the original “Star Trek” TV series.
Pluto’s two tiniest moons need a name and you can help, but you’ll need to dig deep into mythology.
Hundreds of professional and amateur astronomers are aiming their telescopes on southern constellations, stars, planets and even the International Space Station in the lower Florida Keys.
NASA has released the first full-resolution images from Curiosity, which arrived on Mars late Sunday after an eight-month commute from Earth.
With stars in their eyes and a sea breeze at their backs, nearly 600 professional and amateur have gathered in the lower Florida Keys for the 28th annual Winter Star Party.
Be sure to look to the sky next week for an amazing celestial show.