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Massive Asteroid, Blacker Than Coal and Toting Its Own Moon, Shoots Past Earth
The literal mother of all asteroids—as far as Near Earth Objects are concerned, at any rate—is shooting by this afternoon...
Manhattanhenge on the Half-Grid Obscured, Full Sun Version Has Hope
If it weren’t pouring rain and overcast, we would be seeing the famous phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge right now...
Mercury, Venus, Jupiter in Tight Triangular Tryst
A rare meeting between three luminescent heavenly bodies lights up the sky for Memorial Day weekend and beyond, and the space experts say it’s one not to be missed...
May Super Moon Bigger Than Life, Plus a Tiny Eclipse
The venerable and ever-faithful moon actually orbits Mother Earth at different distances throughout the year, and for the next few months our satellite is on the perihelion side, o...
Flight of Fancy: What the Planets Would Look Like if They Were as Close as the Moon
Watching planets and stars as they appear in the sky is captivating, but gazing at pinpricks of light glistening against the celestial sphere doesn’t give the heavenward ogler a se...
Jupiter and Tender Crescent Moon Flirt Chastely on Mother’s Day
We've seen Jupiter, the moon and Venus cavort in the sky in various configurations for months...
One Annular Sensation: Ring of Fire Eclipse Livestreaming From Australia—See it Right Here, Right Now
The sun and moon are at it again, and this time, like last year over Indian country, the moon is putting a ring on it...
Dancing With the Stars Over the Ancient City of Teotihuacan, Mexico
First the big dipper drifts into view, then the stars streak across the sky in time-lapse curves...
Eta Aquarid Shooting Stars, Messengers From Halley's Comet, at Their Peak
While the Orionid meteor shower in October is famous as being from the tail of the renowned Halley’s comet, Earth actually passes through this tail twice each year, and we are in t...
Saturn, Ready for Its Closeup
Over the past few weeks we’ve given readers eyeful upon eyeful of Saturn’s wonders via satellite photographs...
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