A new e-digest from the International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center gives the public a head’s up on passing asteroids.
ESA’s historic Rosetta mission to explore Comet 67P will end in dramatic fashion on September 30th.
New observations suggest this unstable star let off some steam before its famous 19th century “Great Eruption.”
Back in January, a team of observers had a hunch that Comet 332P/Ikeya-Murakami was rapidly falling apart – and they were right!
Try spotting Venus very low in the west-southwest through the twilight. Last-quarter Moon tonight at exactly 5:56 a.m. EDT.
A stunning double star, Albireo is also a bit of an enigma. Is it a true binary or the result of a chance alignment? We explore the possibilities.
Early evening features Mars and Saturn toward south, but keep an eye out for brilliant Venus climbing up from the west during twilight.
If you’re thinking of RVing your way to totality, check out this guide reviewing some of the best campgrounds and RV parks along the eclipse path.