Newly released Hubble images show what appear to be towering jets of water coming from Jupiter’s moon Europa.
Michelle Thaller speaks with NASA’s Alex Young about the space agency’s impressive fleet of Sun-monitoring satellites — including the upcoming Solar Probe Plus.
At 2.5 million light-years away, you might think it’s impossible to see individual stars in the Andromeda Galaxy. Let its largest star cloud, NGC 206, show you the way.
Can you photograph galaxies and star clusters from your backyard? That depends – how light-polluted is your yard, and how much time do you have?
Download our monthly astronomy podcast to track down Saturn in the evening sky one last time. Mars is still hanging around, and Venus is climbing higher each evening.
Got plans for Saturday? Now you do – look up your local amateur astronomy community to see what they’re doing for Fall Astronomy Day!
Inspired by a project featured in Sky & Telescope, Richard Clements and the Barnard Astronomical Society constructed a Star Walk in Harrison Bay State Park, Tennessee.
Join Sky & Telescope in Chile – the “astronomy capital of the world” – from March 18 to 26, 2017. Our tour group will visit world-class observatories, see breathtaking landscapes, and observe the southern sky in crystal-clear night skies.