See amazing images of the night sky and cosmos in Space.com's gallery of cosmic images posted in June 2018.
See amazing images of the night sky and cosmos in Space.com's gallery of cosmic images posted in May 2018.
By hacking a domestic knitting machine, a software engineer advanced modern knitting and made a massive equatorial star map in tapestry form.
Celebrate Labor Day tonight (Sept. 3) by watching a bright-green comet approach the sun in a live webcast by the Slooh online observatory.
A close-up view of a moonscape near the lunar south pole shows many different impact features, but one in particular might catch your attention.
If you spend time gazing at the stars on a clear night, you're guaranteed to see a satellite or two passing among them. But how do you know what you've seen?
Pinpoint the International Space Station, Hubble Space Telescope and other satellites in the sky above you as they orbit Earth with this satellite tracker.
Skywatchers across Western Australia caught sight of an incredible fireball on Tuesday night (Aug. 28), and many were lucky enough to capture the spectacle on film.
The planet Mercury will reach "half phase" tomorrow (Aug. 28) and will be visible early in the morning before dawn.
One of the beautiful things about the full moon is that the days before and after are almost as stunning — so if you needed a little reminder to go enjoy yesterday's full moon, it's not too late.
The full moon of August will grace the skies the same day that Mercury is at its highest in the predawn sky and farthest from the sun, making it an ideal time to see the innermost planet.
Why settle for a planet or two when you can catch all of them in just one night of intense skywatching?
On Aug. 21, 2017, 154 million Americans walked outside to watch the moon slide in front of the sun — and NASA hopes all those people and more will mark their calendars for April 8, 2024.