Here's a guide to the major astronomical events of the next year, as well as space launches and milestones for spacecraft already in travel.
The Milky Way stretches across the early-morning sky in these glistening views captured by astrophotographer Sérgio Conceição in Campinho, Portugal.
NASA's Terra satellite captured striking views of the meteor that exploded over the Bering Sea on Dec. 18, 2018.
For each season of the year, there is a "keynote" star pattern — and spring brings us to Leo, the Lion.
Trailing sparks between their wingsuits, the Red Bull Air Force swept into Los Angeles from above on Thursday (March 20) to celebrate the third and final supermoon of 2019.
The online observatory Slooh.com hosted a live webcast of the Super Worm Moon and the vernal equinox on March 20.
This year skywatchers will get to witness three supermoons in a row on Jan. 21, Feb. 19 and March 20.
The full moon of March, called the Worm Moon, will occur on Wednesday, March 20, at 9:43 p.m. EDT (0143 GMT on March 21), just under four hours after the vernal equinox.
A quarter century ago and thousands of miles away, a dramatic weeklong cosmic collision unfolded and helped the internet gain a foothold in people's lives.
Venus, Jupiter and the full moon light up the morning sky in this panoramic photo captured during the final stage of the "Super Blood Wolf Moon" total lunar eclipse on Jan. 21, 2019.
Rigel is the brightest star in Orion, and will eventually explode into a supernova, most astronomers say.
The rule for determining when Easter Sunday takes place is simple — so why isn't Easter in March this year?
In this deep-space photo, the bright-green Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner blazes across a sparkling star field, passing by the open star cluster M37 as it makes its way through the Auriga constellation.
Long before weather forecasts were made using modern computer technology, ancient man looked to the sky to try and determine impending weather changes.
SpaceX's historic first Crew Dragon test flight returns to Earth early Friday (March 8), and lucky U.S. East Coasters may be able to see it in action.