Daisy Dobrijevic joined Space.com in February 2022 having previously worked for our sister publication All About Space magazine as a staff writer. Before joining us, Daisy completed an editorial internship with the BBC Sky at Night Magazine and worked at the National Space Centre in Leicester, U.K., where she enjoyed communicating space science to the public. In 2021, Daisy completed a PhD in plant physiology and also holds a Master's in Environmental Science, she is currently based in Nottingham, U.K. Daisy is passionate about all things space, with a penchant for solar activity and space weather. She has a strong interest in astrotourism and loves nothing more than a good northern lights chase!
Reference See what moon phase it is tonight and find out when you can see the rest of the moon phases for 2024.
Our northern lights 2024 guide tells you where and when to see aurora borealis throughout Europe and North America.
Take a look at the very best space photos submitted by Space.com readers, from our moon to deep space and everything in between!
Reference Discover what a new moon is and when the next new moon will occur with our new moon 2024 guide.
Reference Uncover the mysteries of Venus, the solar system's scorching second planet from the sun, renowned for its intense heat and brightness.
Reference Starlink satellites have been developed by SpaceX to provide internet to remote locations. Here we explore the controversial megaconstellation in more detail.
High in the Arctic Circle lies Abisko National Park, Sweden. The unique microclimate of the region means clear skies are more likely which is great news for those wishing to see the northern lights.
The sun has just released a monstrous X-class solar flare in its most powerful eruption this year. Watch it erupt into space in an explosive outburst.
Reference Discover everything there is to know about the northern lights, including how they form, where they can be seen and what causes their colors.
A sunspot so big it was seen from the surface of Mars last week has now turned to face Earth, bringing an increased chance of unsettled space weather with Earth in the firing line.
Watch the moment a huge plasma plume is hurled out from the sun during a powerful solar flare eruption, causing widespread radio blackouts in the South Pacific.
Solar maximum could occur as early as mid-2024 but scientists will have to wait seven months after it has occurred to be able to declare it has taken place. Why?
Watch the moment astrophotographer Jeff Dai captures Earth's magnetosphere 'ringing like a bell' during a dramatic northern lights display.
Find out what it's like to experience the polar night while hunting the northern lights along the Norwegian coast with Hurtigruten's Astronomy Voyage.
Reference Winter Solstice has long marked a time of rebirth, behind it are fascinating astronomical events.
Reference The summer solstice marks the start of astronomical summer and the longest day of the year. Here we explore when the summer solstice occurs and why.
On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will be visible across North America. You can watch the action unfold live here.
Reference A Black Moon is a rare occurrence. Here we explore what causes them and when the next one will happen.
Reference It may look spooky, but a blood moon is just a trick of the light. Here we explain this phenomenon and tell you how and where to see the next one.
Reference A Blue Moon is a rare occurrence that depends on the timings of full moons during the year. The moon is not blue during a Blue Moon.
Reference A supermoon occurs when the full moon coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth in its orbit. 2024 will experience four supermoons in a row.