Four private astronauts are currently circling the globe in a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, and you can see the capsule from Earth.
In the year 1181 AD, a new bright point of light as luminous as the planet Saturn appeared to Chinese and Japanese skygazers for a little more than six months before disappearing.
Review With the Star Rover stargazing app, you can get access to a decent celestial database on your phone for the price of a small fries.
It's an excellent week to go skywatching as the moon creeps up to the two largest planets in our solar system.
Check our top tips for keeping your binoculars steady, eliminating the shakes and gaining a clear view of the heavens
Review SkyView is an excellent app for all abilities and skill levels that will drastically enhance your stargazing experience.
The solar system's outermost planet, Neptune, reaches opposition today, and here's how you can catch a glimpse of the distant gas giant.
Mercury, Venus and the first-quarter moon — along with the stars Spica and Arcturus — will appear to form a straight line in the evening sky on Sept. 13, 2021.
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We weigh in on the great DSLR vs mirrorless debate, looking at how the two generations of cameras compare when it comes to astro images.
Here's our guide on how to clean binoculars properly, so you're well-prepared for the next stargazing event.
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Thursday evening (Sept. 9) will bring a lovely celestial display involving the two brightest objects in the nighttime sky.
The tiny planet Mercury will make a close approach to the crescent moon in the evening sky tonight (Sept. 8).