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.
How long is a day on Mars? What about a year on Venus? The answers will probably mess with your sense of time.
You'll have to be an early bird to catch a glimpse of March’s full worm moon at its peak in 2023.
The next comet visible from Earth is worth digging out your old pair of binoculars to see.
Yes, Mercury will appear to move backwards when it’s in retrograde. No, that doesn’t mean your electronics or your relationships will fail.
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.
NASA is organizing a task force that will determine how the agency studies UFOs in the future.
William Shatner blasted off in October 2021 and quickly suffered what's been dubbed ’the overview effect,’ or realizing Earth is just a space dot.
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.
Venus has been called “Earth’s evil twin,” and that's not—sadly—because it looks just like Earth but has a mustache.
Though Nichelle Nichols was best known for her role as Lieutenant Uhura on 'Star Trek,' she also played a key role in the formation of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program and inspired generations of STEM leaders.
Thanks to more launches and lax standards, there's a pretty good chance someone is going to get creamed by falling space junk sooner rather than later.
If you’re a North American observer, you’ve only ever really seen half of what the night sky has to show.
Buzz Aldrin used the felt-tip pen to activate an engine switch, saving the lives of everyone on board.
NASA has released the deepest, clearest images of the universe ever captured.
The Delta Aquariid meteor shower peaks on July 29, 2022. Here's what you need to know to catch the summer spectacle.
Fibonacci developed his theory based on rabbit population growth, but you'll find the golden ratio in everything from flowers to outer space.