Watch the last supermoon of the year rise over Rome with the Virtual Telescope Project's free livestream, which starts on Aug. 12 at 1:30 a.m. ET.
August's full moon will occur tonight (Aug. 11) and is the last supermoon of the year. The dazzling Sturgeon supermoon will outshine many Perseid meteors.
All About Space issue 133 explores the weirdest weather in the solar system including space weather events influenced by our angry, stormy sun.
Reference What do astronauts eat in space? Here we explore the range of food and drink that has been consumed in space and how space gastronomy has changed over the years.
The final supermoon of the year will rise this week (Aug. 11). The full Sturgeon moon with likely outshine the Perseid meteor shower which peaks Aug. 11-12.
NASA's Curiosity rover continues to explore Mars, taking incredible photos as it goes. We take a look at some of its best images here.
Catch Mercury shining close to Leo's brightest star Regulus on Wednesday (Aug. 3). The due will be close enough to view with a telescope.
Reference NASA's Curiosity rover is still exploring the Martian surface and looking for signs of life on Mars. We explore the rover in more detail here.
Reference The Perseid meteor shower will peak around Aug.12 and Aug.13. Our guide tells you how and where to look for them.
Mars will begin to approach Uranus early Sunday morning (July 31). The pair will be close enough to share the same field of view as seen through binoculars.
The Delta Aquarrids meteor shower peaks tonight (July 29). The shower commonly generates about 15-20 meteors per hour and is best viewed around 3 a.m. local time.
The moon officially reached new moon phase today (July 28), leaving dark skies perfect for stargazing ventures.
Reference Pluto was once considered the ninth planet in the solar system, it was demoted in 2006 to dwarf planet status. We explore this icy body in more detail here.
Reference Noctilucent clouds are the highest clouds in the atmosphere and are only visible under specific conditions. Here we explore the strange clouds in more detail.
Reference The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO) called Danuri is the Republic of Korea's first space mission that will travel beyond Earth's orbit and study the moon.
Before sunrise on Tuesday (July 26), Venus and the thin crescent moon will be close enough to share the same field of view through a pair of binoculars.
Reference Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system and has 79 moons. Learn more about the gas giant in our ultimate guide.
Early Friday morning the moon will be conveniently placed to guide you to Uranus. The pair will be close enough to share the same field of view in a pair of binoculars.
In the early hours of Thursday (July 21) morning, the waning crescent moon will pass close to Mars. They will be close enough to share the view in binoculars.
Reference Earth is no stranger to the sun's wrath. From solar flares to coronal mass ejections, we take a look at some of the worst solar storms in history.
Reference Landsat 1 launched 50 years ago on July 23, 1972. We celebrate the work of Landsat with a gallery of some of the best images captured by the satellite fleet.
See the moon approach Jupiter on Tuesday (July 19) between midnight and dawn. The duo will be close enough to share the view with a pair of binoculars.
The moon commences its monthly tour of the planets by calling in on Saturn on Friday night. The duo will be close enough to share the view with a pair of binoculars.
All About Space issue 132 takes a detailed look at the ambitious Artemis program, explores dark energy and shines the spotlight on a potential solar system intruder.
July's full moon known as the 'Buck Moon' will rise tonight (July 13) above the eastern horizon. It will be the biggest supermoon of the year.