03 April 2015, 12:44 PM ET
See what's up in the night sky for April 2015, including stargazing events and the moon's phases, in this Space.com gallery courtesy of Starry Night Software.
03 April 2015, 07:00 AM ET
Here's how to see the total lunar eclipse early Saturday morning. The farther west one goes in North America, the better the view, because "moonset" will be approaching as the eclipse begins.
02 April 2015, 05:50 PM ET
Skywatchers around the world can look forward to spotting bright planets throughout April; observers just need to know where to look.
01 April 2015, 07:00 AM ET
Skywatchers in Asia and Australia will see the lunar eclipse Friday evening (April 3) after sunset, while observers in North and South America will see it Saturday morning (April 4) just before sunrise.
01 April 2015, 12:00 AM ET
See amazing images of the night sky and cosmos in SPACE.com's gallery of cosmic images posted in March 2015.
31 March 2015, 05:45 PM ET
Only the speediest of skywatchers will have a chance to see the total lunar eclipse rising Saturday (April 4): NASA predicts that the total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes.
31 March 2015, 01:20 PM ET
In the early morning hours of April 4th 2015, a total lunar eclipse will be visible from many parts of the world. But why will the moon appear dark red? Science@NASA explains.
30 March 2015, 04:45 PM ET
Night sky photographer Connor Hicks submitted these magnificent photos of star trails and a moon halo. See how Hicks created the amazing view.
30 March 2015, 02:40 PM ET
On April 4th, Earth’s shadow on Luna will visible from parts of 3 continents. After midnight on April 22nd, 10 to 20 meteors per hour will rain.
28 March 2015, 01:34 PM ET
From the first (contraband) corned beef sandwich in space to astronomy's oldest known 'Nova,' don't miss these amazing space images of the week for March 29, 2015.
27 March 2015, 05:00 PM ET
With spring underway, the evening sky is in transition. What new stars and constellations will adorn the night sky for the next few months?
26 March 2015, 02:00 PM ET
A small cloud of rocket fuel glowed faintly in the night sky above the Atlantic Ocean on the night of March 12, following a launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. Skywatcher Scott Gauer photographed the glowing cloud from Danville, Penn.
25 March 2015, 06:08 PM ET
Beginning skywatchers often think that the best time to look at the moon is when it is full, but experienced observers know that the moon is at its best for observing when it is around its first-quarter phase.
25 March 2015, 01:00 PM ET
Total solar eclipses are one of nature’s grandest events. What is a total solar eclipse? How do they work? And when is the next one? We explain.
23 March 2015, 01:07 PM ET
Chad Blakley (lightsoverlapland.com) captured unusual arcing auroras forming a corona over Abisko National Park on Mar. 14th, 2015.
22 March 2015, 04:08 PM ET
An eclipse passed through the sky in part of the world, a major solar storm rained down on St. Patrick's Day, and "Christmas lights" were seen on Mars. Here are Space.com's picks for the best space stories of the week.
22 March 2015, 08:14 AM ET
As darkness falls tonight (March 22), be sure to take a look low toward the western part of the sky for yet another beautiful celestial tableau formed by a lovely crescent moon and the brilliant planet Venus.
21 March 2015, 04:00 PM ET
From St. Patrick's day in space to a spectacular solar eclipse, don't miss these amazing space images of the week for March 21, 2015.
20 March 2015, 08:39 PM ET
A total eclipse of the sun on Friday thrilled skywatchers across Europe, Africa and Asia where it was visible, but nowhere was the view as perfect as in the air aboard a chartered jet soaring over the top of the world.
20 March 2015, 12:13 PM ET
On Feb. 20, 2015, the planets Venus and Mars joined Earth's moon to create a dazzling sight in the night sky. See photos of the triple conjunction by Space.com readers in our gallery here.
20 March 2015, 11:30 AM ET
Astronauts on the International Space Station caught sight of an amazing solar eclipse today (March 20), and they have the photos to prove it.
20 March 2015, 07:31 AM ET
A rare total solar eclipse dimmed the skies above a small swath of the world today (March 20), creating an incredible sight for skywatchers lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time to see it.
20 March 2015, 06:50 AM ET
Look southward just after the sky gets dark at this time of year, and you will be sure to see Sirius shining brightly. This is the brightest star in the sky, and marks the eye of the constellation called Canis Major, Latin for "the Large Dog."
20 March 2015, 05:23 AM ET
On March 20, 2015, the moon blocked the sun as seen from Earth in a total solar eclipse. See photos from the only total solar eclipse of 2015 in this Space.com gallery.
19 March 2015, 05:15 PM ET
A fleet of European satellites will chase the only total solar eclipse of 2015 from space on Friday (March 20) in a bid to capture truly out-of-this-world views of the celestial event.
19 March 2015, 07:00 AM ET
Even though most people around the world won't be able to see Friday's total solar eclipse in person, anyone with an Internet connection can watch it live online thanks to two webcasts featuring the cosmic event.
18 March 2015, 05:08 PM ET
A total solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Europe, Asia and Africa on Friday (March 20), but eclipses can be dangerous, too, and no one should ever look directly at the sun — even during an eclipse.
18 March 2015, 11:37 AM ET
Green auroras danced in skies around the world last night thanks to a massive solar storm that super-charged the cosmic light displays for St. Patrick's Day.
18 March 2015, 11:00 AM ET
Space.com readers sent in their photos of the amazing auroras in 2015, including views captured during an intense geomagnetic storm on March 17-18, 2015.
17 March 2015, 05:19 PM ET
Auroras around the world could be super-charged tonight thanks to a severe solar storm impacting Earth, but even if bad weather hinders your view of the northern lights, you can still catch them live in a webcast online.
17 March 2015, 12:45 PM ET
A massive solar storm is bombarding Earth today (March 17), sparking stronger than normal auroras for St. Patrick's Day. The solar storm poses no threat to satellites, but may affect GPS and radio signals.
17 March 2015, 11:29 AM ET
The year 2015 is packed full of amazing astronomical sights in the daytime and nighttime sky, from solar and lunar eclipses to dazzlingly bright planets. See our list of the 9 best stargazing events of the year.