The planets are a dynamic bunch, and throughout the year as seen from Earth, these celestial bodies appear not only to move across the sky but also to brighten and fade in turn.
The solar system is bathing in a sea of charged particles that emanate from the sun, and one research team spent 14 years chasing solar eclipses to learn more about this stellar spray.
Gaze upon the lunar surface tonight, and you’ll see where astronauts, rovers, and landers stepped onto another world.
Inspire others to look up by giving the gift of a telescope or astronomy binoculars. We've rounded up some of the best deals
The International Space Station was photographed crossing the disk of the sun just as astronauts Thomas Pesquet and Shane Kimbrough worked outside to install the second Roll-Out Solar Array.
This month, lying just above the southern horizon as darkness falls is a bright complex of stars stretching along the southern Milky Way. They include the constellations of Centaurus, Lupus and Crux.
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June's full moon, known as the Strawberry Moon, will come a day after the moon reaches the closest point in its orbit around the Earth, making it the second and last "supermoon" of the year.
This device will hook up your telescope to any smartphone, and it's available on Amazon for $22 less.
Amazon.com's annual Amazon Prime Day megasale began on Monday, June 21, and will end today (June 22), taking with it the great space deals we've found so far.
Snag Celestron's Nature DX 8x42 binoculars for just $102.99, or 30% off from the regular price of $146.95.
Celestron's AstroMaster 130EQ telescope is on sale this Amazon Prime Day for $195.99, down 30% from the usual price of $279.96.
Looking at the night sky can be an inspiring moment for youngsters, and the right telescope can drive an interest in skywatching for a lifetime
Flying isn't easy to do these days amid the pandemic, but one group of passengers got to see a rocket launch from the air last month as an unexpected reward for their efforts.
A satellite captured the moon casting its shadow on Earth during the annular solar eclipse early Thursday (June 10) morning.
The "ring of fire" solar eclipse was observable from northern latitudes of Europe and America today, but clouds ruined the show for some.