Reference Explore Jupiter's 92 moons including the infamous Galilean satellites and the largest moon in the solar system, Ganymede.
The final solar eclipse of 2022 has put on quite the show for skywatchers around the world. See the first eclipse photos and social media reactions here.
Reference Saturn has the most moons of any other planet in the solar system. Here we explore some of the 145 moons that orbit the ringed planet.
Reference Earthquakes are one of Earth's biggest and deadliest natural disasters. Here we explore earthquakes in more detail while uncovering how and why they happen.
Reference Our meteor showers 2023 calendar will tell you everything you need to know about upcoming meteor showers, including where and when to see them.
Reference The Orionid meteor shower peaks between Oct. 20 and Oct. 21 and is visible until early November. We explore the annual shower in more detail here.
All About Space issue 135 takes an in-depth look at our lunar companion, from its formation and internal structure to past, present and future exploration. Explore the latest issue here.
Reference The Taurid meteor shower is composed of two streams known as the Southern Taurids and the Northern Taurids. We explore this impressive shower in more detail here.
Reference The Draconid meteor shower peaks around Oct. 8. Here we explore what the Draconids are, where they are found and how you can see them.
Celebrate "International Observe the Moon Night" 2022 on Saturday (Oct. 1) virtually with livestreams or in person at an event near you.
Reference Planet Venus will have a flurry of spacecraft visit it in the next few years as scientists seek to learn more about the volcanic, lava-filled planet.
Reference Lunar eclipses occur when Earth blocks the sun and casts a shadow over the surface of the moon. We explore the different types of lunar eclipses here.
Reference NASA's DART mission was the first to test asteroid deflection for planetary defense by smashing a spacecraft into an asteroid. Explore the mission here.
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.
Reference Everything you need to know about the James Webb Space Telescope, NASA's Big Bang-probing space observatory.
Reference Venus is one of the weirdest planets in the solar system. We explore the scorching planet in more detail with 20 interesting facts about Venus.
All About Space issue 134 debunks 20 myths about the universe from the color of the sun to the dark side of the moon. Explore the latest issue here.
Reference Our ultimate guide to observing the moon will help you plan your next skywatching venture whether it be exploring the lunar seas or the many craters that blanket the landscape.
Reference Voyager 1 is the first spacecraft to travel beyond the solar system and enter interstellar space. The probe is still exploring the cosmos to this day.
Reference Artemis 2 is the second scheduled flight of the Artemis program and the first crewed Artemis mission that will send four astronauts around the moon.
Reference NASA's twin probes, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have been exploring the cosmos for 45 years. Here, we take a look at some of their best images.
Reference Voyager 2 was the first of twin probes sent to explore our solar system. After reaching interstellar space in 2014 the probe continues to explore the cosmos.
Reference Artemis 1 was the first stage of the Artemis program designed to return astronauts to the moon. The uncrewed mission successfully traveled to the moon and back.
Reference Meteor showers occur when Earth passes through a trail of dust from asteroids or comets, the dust burns up in Earth's atmosphere resulting in shooting stars.