Here's how you can watch the "full buck moon" go into partial eclipse today (July 16).
If you look up high in the southern sky this week around midnight, you'll be able to see a pattern of stars that resembles a jet plane.
On the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11 tomorrow, the moon will be darkened by Earth's shadow in a partial lunar eclipse.
July's full moon, nicknamed the Thunder Moon, occurs on July 16 at 5:38 p.m. EDT (2138 GMT). A partial lunar eclipse begins around that same time, and Saturn will be close by.
Skywatchers can see the beauty and vastness of the nighttime skies in these dark sky-designated parks.
By watching the skies at the brink of sunrise and shortly after nightfall, astronomers spotted a hunk of rock with the shortest-known asteroid "year" to date.
As millions of skywatchers witnessed the Great South American Solar Eclipse on July 2, a European satellite observed the celestial event from space.
The Planetary Society's solar-sailing spacecraft LightSail 2 beamed back its first views of Earth on Sunday (July 7). And you can keep close tabs on the little satellite — here's how.
What better way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 than to pull out binoculars and telescopes to try to spot the historic mission's destination?
Star trails circle over Ramon Crater in this long-exposure photo of the night sky over Israel's Negev Desert.
When the July 2 total solar eclipse crossed South America, a small group of scientists waited to see if the models they made matched up with pictures of the real thing.
Skywatcher and satellite tracker Ralf Vandebergh recently caught a rare glimpse of the U.S. Air Force's secretive vehicle doing its thing in orbit.
Before the April 2024 total eclipse that will cross North America, there are almost two dozen lunar and solar eclipses appearing in skies across the world.
More than 50 people got a bird's-eye view of yesterday's (July 2) total solar eclipse aboard a special flight operated by Chile-based airline LATAM.
An eerie image of Earth's North Pole shows the effects on our planet's reflectivity when an unusual type of cloud forms.
A gorgeous satellite photo shows the moon's dark, ragged shadow barreling across the Pacific Ocean, just south of Hurricane Barbara's churning clouds, during today's total solar eclipse.
A spectacular total solar eclipse passed through South America today (July 2), thrilling thousands of eager spectators in the path of totality.
We've gathered some of the best pictures from social media of the total solar eclipse that took place today (July 2) in South America.
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