The Geminids are famous for producing some of the brightest and most frequent meteors of the year.
The cameras documenting NASA’s DART mission are named LUKE and LEIA.
In addition to capturing spectacles millions of light years away, the James Webb Space Telescope can also show us planets like Jupiter from a fresh perspective.
The Perseid meteor shower will be hard to observe in 2022, but it's still worth looking up at its peak between Thursday, August 11 and Friday, August 12.
Venus has been called “Earth’s evil twin,” and that's not—sadly—because it looks just like Earth but has a mustache.