Reference The Libra Constellation is found in the Southern Hemisphere during the winter and the Northern Hemisphere in the summer. Here we explore the scales in detail.
Reference The Saturn V rocket powered the Apollo missions, changing the course of spaceflight forever. Here we explore this impressive rocket in more detail.
Reference This year's Black Moon will occur on April 30. The rare occurrence will cause a partial solar eclipse for some parts of South America.
Reference The solar cycle describes an 11-year period of solar activity driven by the sun's magnetic field and indicated by the number of sunspots visible on the surface.
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.
Inside the latest issue of All About Space you'll find incredible solar system facts, the tale of stellar remnants and a mystery surrounding strange filaments in the Milky Way.
Check out these amazing photos of Axiom Space's historic Ax-1 mission, the first all-private mission to the International Space Station.
Reference Starlink satellites have been developed by SpaceX to provide internet to remote locations. Here we explore the controversial megaconstellation in more detail.
Reference Earth Day occurs annually on April, 22. It began in 1970 and celebrates the environmental diversity of Earth and highlights ways of protecting it.
Reference Earth is made up of several layers: the lithosphere, asthenosphere, lower mantle (also known as mesospheric mantle), outer core and inner core.
Reference Planet Mercury is the sun's nearest planetary neighbor. It has short years, long days, huge surface temperature fluctuations and really weird sunsets.
Reference The lithosphere is Earth's outermost layer, composed of the crust and the upper part of the mantle. The layer is divided into chunks called tectonic plates.
Inside the latest issue of All About Space you'll find the secrets of black holes, the greatest space mysteries and several ways the universe could kill us.
Reference The double-slit experiment was designed to investigate whether light is a wave or a particle. It is one of the most famous and weirdest experiments in physics.
Reference Electrons are negatively charged subatomic particles located in the outermost regions of atoms. They are about 1,800 times smaller than protons and neutrons.
Reference Io is Jupiter's fifth moon and its third-largest. It is the most volcanically active body in the solar system.
Reference The solar system gas giants – Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune – also known as Jovian planets are helping us learn more about gaseous exoplanets.
Infographic Most astronomers believe the universe began 13.8 billion years ago in a sudden explosion called the Big Bang. Other theorists have invented alternatives and extensions to this idea.
Reference White dwarfs are hot, dense remnants of stars. They are the last observable stage of evolution for low and medium-mass stars including our sun.
Reference Explore our 25 weird solar system facts and see how our neighborhood is stranger than we could ever imagine.
Reference Mars missions have been launching for over 50 years. Humanity has sent orbiters, probes and landers to Mars but not every mission has been successful.
Reference Mars' atmosphere is over 100 times thinner than Earth's and is primarily composed of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and argon gases.
Reference White holes are theoretical cosmic regions that are opposite to black holes. Just as nothing can escape a black hole, nothing can enter a white hole.
Reference The Star of Bethlehem led the three wise men to Jesus' birth, according to the New Testament. But what was the Star of Bethlehem? There are several theories.