New observations from the Hubble Space Telescope are helping characterize the atmospheres of exotic exoplanets.
A radio burst with the energy of a hundred million Suns has finally been placed on the cosmic map, enabling scientists to investigate the origin of these mysterious bursts.
NASA is commencing work on the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST), the successor to the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes.
After dinnertime at this time of year, four carnivore constellations stand upright in a row from the northeast to south. And catch Jupiter’s busy Saturday night.
On March 9th, a total solar eclipse will cross parts of Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, and the Pacific.
The lure of dark skies often takes us to unfamiliar places where nocturnal animals and encounters with strangers can ignite our primal fears.
S&T‘s Astronomy Podcast for March 2016
After months of excitement in the predawn sky, the action is shifting to the evening — where Jupiter rises early and the stars of Orion anchor an array of celestial sights.