The harvest moon is the full moon that falls closest to the fall equinox, and this year, it’s also a super moon.
All the details for when August’s two super moons are coming, and what a giant freshwater fish has to do with it.
Happy first day of (meteorological) summer!
This summer's fireworks will have to compete with another spectacle in the night sky—a super buck moon.
The longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere is coming on June 21, 2023.
About a third of all lunar eclipses only ever hit the “partially illuminated” shadow of the Earth's penumbra. Here's how to see it happen this May.
This Earth Day, the Lyrid meteor shower peaks overnight. Lay back and watch the shooting stars that will seem to emanate from the constellation Lyra.
On April 20, 2023, you can partake in one of the rarest types of eclipses: a hybrid solar eclipse.
Let's debunk some planetary misconceptions to make you feel a little bit closer to the majesty of space. Except, maybe not to Uranus.
Yes, Mercury will appear to move backwards when it’s in retrograde. No, that doesn’t mean your electronics or your relationships will fail.
Whether you’re a fan of winter or wish it would go away, here are 25 things to note about the winter solstice, a.k.a. the shortest day of the year.
The wolf moon—the first full moon of 2023—is a great chance for astronomy enthusiasts to ring in the new year.
From scratch-resistant eyeglass lenses to memory foam, here’s all the tech you should be thanking NASA for.
The Geminids are famous for producing some of the brightest and most frequent meteors of the year.
Sky Guide will answer all your burning stargazing questions, from “What am I looking at?” to “What should I be looking at?”
If you’re a North American observer, you’ve only ever really seen half of what the night sky has to show.