A year old pit bull named Moon is recovering after she was severely burned during a domestic dispute.
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.
After almost six months in outer space, three space station astronauts have made it back home to Earth safely.
South Florida is in for another celestial treat Monday night when the third of three supermoons this summer will be visible.
Get ready for a celestial show this weekend, as a new asteroid is set to flyby Earth.
Here’s another show for stargazers to check out. This time, it’s Venus and Jupiter that will be the brightest in the sky early Saturday and Sunday morning.
This weekend will be your best chance to see the second of three supermoons this year.
They are among the biggest and brightest making for one heck of a show. Once again, supermoons will be seen around South Florida and the world.
Goodbye LADDIE, NASA’s robotic moon explorer is no more as the spacecraft has become one with the moon.