NASA shared a fun new learning guide for students to build their own lunar eclipse model ahead of this week's "Super Flower Blood Moon" total lunar eclipse.
The total lunar eclipse on Wednesday (May 26) won't stick around long, so if you want to capture photographs of the celestial spectacle, you'll want to plan ahead.
To celebrate the Super Flower Blood Moon, the company behind Bagel Bites says it's giving away "moon deeds."
For families looking to enjoy the "Super Flower Blood Moon" eclipse, here's everything you need to know:
During the so-called Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse, the face of the moon will turn a brick-red hue. Here's why.
Meteor showers are the dazzling result of cometary debris building up along well-worn paths through the solar system, then burning up in Earth's atmosphere as our planet crosses that dust trail.
If you can't see the "Super Flower Blood Moon" eclipse of May 26 in person, check out these live webcasts!
Early on Wednesday (May 26), the full moon will become completely immersed in Earth's dark umbral shadow, producing the first total lunar eclipse since January 2019.
A suborbital launch created violet and green lights in the sky this weekend in a larger effort to understand spaceborne energy transport.
The Milky Way galaxy glistens over the launchsite of Europe's new heavy-lift rocket in these stunning timelapse videos.
A small NASA sounding rocket will launch Sunday night (May 16), creating a brief, colorful light show over the U.S. East Coast. Here's how to watch.
A NASA-funded study is giving scientists insight into how "night-shining clouds" form in the upper atmosphere — and the role that growing space traffic plays in the phenomenon.
You might have been wondering where the most brilliant of all the planets has been in recent months.
A probable fireball lit up the skies above the Minneapolis-St. Paul area early Sunday morning (May 9), at 3 a.m. local time, according to reports.
A never-before-seen meteor shower will sprinkle tiny pieces of comet dust over Earth's southernmost regions later this year.
You can see two space stations in the night sky this weekend, China's Tianhe and the International Space Station.
A Finnish-led team has new insights into auroral "dunes" first reported in scientific literature a year ago.