Blue moons, a month without a moon, and a total lunar eclipse!
Tips and tricks for stargazing, meteor showers, and more!
Humanity creating a shield of light impervious to the vision of own eyes!
On October 5, 2017, NASA's SOFIA will observe Neptune's moon Triton passing in front of a distant star.
Where did a mysterious radio noise detected from space 40 years ago come from? Comets, astronomers say now.
A hardware issue on Juno is limiting its maneuvers, but we'll still see some gorgeous imagery of Jupiter.
This week's penumbral lunar eclipse is one of two eclipse occurring this month.
Two distant stars may soon merge, creating a luminous red nova and possibly quite a show!