Reference The new moon of July occurs on July 28 at 1:55 p.m. EDT (1755 GMT). Our guide describes which planets and constellations are visible during July's new moon 2022.
The full moon of July also called the "Buck Moon" or "Thunder Moon," will occur July 23 at 10:36 p.m. EDT (0236 GMT on July 24).
Reference June's full moon, known as the Strawberry Moon, will come the same day the moon reaches the closest point in its orbit around Earth, making it a "supermoon".
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower from late April to mid-May offers a long stretch of spectacular 'shooting stars' that even a casual observer can spot in the night sky.
Reference May's full moon, known as the Flower Moon, will undergo an eclipse on the night of May 15-16. Find out about viewing opportunities in our observer's guide.
The full moon of April, called the Pink Moon, occurs Monday, April 26 at 11:32 p.m. EDT (0332 GMT on Tuesday, April 27). It will also be a "supermoon."
The Lyrid meteor shower 2022 will peak on the night of April 22, a typical shower displays between five and 20 meteors an hour at the peak.
Reference March 2022 full moon observer's guide. Everything you need to know about this year's "Worm Moon" and the planetary trio it will share the sky with.
Quantum entanglement states that two particles are connected and affect one another even if those particles are light-years apart.
Reference August's Full Sturgeon Moon will appear full on Aug. 11 at 9:35 p.m. EDT (0101 GMT). The moon will then make a close pass by Saturn the same night.
Reference The full moon of September 2022 also carries the title of the Harvest Moon for those living in the Northern Hemisphere.
The full moon of February, called the Snow Moon, will arrive Wednesday (Feb. 16) at 11:57 a.m. EST (0457 GMT).
The full moon of January, known as the Full Wolf Moon, arrives Monday, Jan. 17, at 6:48 p.m. EST (1148 GMT).
December's full moon on Saturday (Dec. 18), the last of the year, will usher in the winter constellations and notably, three naked-eye planets in the evening.
NASA is testing one technique it might use should a large asteroid threaten to collide with Earth. But just how high are the odds of such a dangerous space rock after all? You don't need to panic.
October's full moon, known as the Hunter's Moon, will occur at 10:57 a.m. EDT (1457 GMT) on Oct. 20, according to NASA.
On May 25-27, much of the world will see a lunar eclipse that coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth — making it a "supermoon" eclipse that will turn the moon reddish.
The Corn Moon will be full on the afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 1:22 p.m. EDT (1722 GMT), four days before the moon occults Mars.
A blue moon, a supermoon, and a blood moon (i.e. a lunar eclipse) are happening around the same time in January 2018: Here’s when.
NASA scientists have built a flexible tire made of metal that springs back to its original shape after being bent or deformed. The tire could be used on Mars or even on Earth.
December's Full Cold Moon rises tonight (Dec. 3), bringing the only "supermoon" of the year on its heels.
A planet circling a star in the constellation Cancer might have an atmosphere similar to Earth's — but with daytime temperatures hot enough to melt titanium.
On Nov. 13, Venus and Jupiter will rise together in the morning sky, only a few hours after the planets reach conjunction at 1:05 a.m. Eastern Time. Here's how to see it.