The "ring of fire" solar eclipse was observable from northern latitudes of Europe and America today, but clouds ruined the show for some.
The night sky is filled spectacular cosmic treasures, from the moon and other planets to distant stars and galaxies. See amazing pictures of the night sky as seen by veteran observers and amateur astronomers here.
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Most of the U.S. missed out on the "ring of fire" piece of Thursday's solar eclipse, but parts of the East Coast caught a stunning sunrise partial eclipse to make up for it.
Astronauts at the International Space Station got some spectacular views of May's lunar eclipse from orbit.
From the western U.S. to India, millions of skywatchers got a special treat with this year's largest full moon as it arrived accompanied by the only total lunar eclipse of 2021.
For families looking to enjoy the "Super Flower Blood Moon" eclipse, here's everything you need to know:
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 can see two space stations in the night sky this weekend, China's Tianhe and the International Space Station.
April's full moon, called the "Super Pink Moon," wowed skywatchers on Monday (April 26) as it shone brightly in the night sky.
A United Nations committee will discuss whether pristine night sky should be protected against Starlink trains.
SpaceX's Crew-2 mission lit up the sky with a spectacular spaceflight show this morning (April 23) with a successful crewed launch to the International Space Station.
People across the eastern United States could witness a SpaceX rocket launch four astronauts into space early Friday (April 23)
A new documentary by award-winning astrophotographer Tom Lowe is showcasing humanity's relationship to the natural world, including the sky above our heads.
A new set of videos from a unique astronomy-music project transformed spacecraft data into celestial sound baths.
Three years from today, on Monday, April 8, 2024, more than half a billion people across North America have the chance to see another Great American Solar Eclipse.
A rare fireball meteor bright enough to be seen during the day triggered a massive sonic boom over parts of the UK and France.
Finnish astrophotographer J-P Metsavainio spent 1,250 hours over the course of about 12 years creating a single image that reveals the magnificent beauty of the entire Milky Way galaxy.
If you live in Vermont and heard an explosion just before dinnertime Sunday (March 7), there's a good chance that was a shockwave from an incoming meteor exploding over the state.