Earlier today, SpaceX founder, CEO and lead designer Elon Musk talked about his company’s plans to send humans to the Red Planet, and they were rather ambitious plans to say the least.
The Atummunal equinox occurs Thursday at 10:21 am. EDT (14:21 UTC). We are about to start huge temperature swings across the Globe. Also, we look at why the days and nights not quite equal on the Equinox.
A look at viewing conditions for Friday night's harvest moon, including a look at viewing an eclipse of the moon across the Eastern Hemisphere.
An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded while on the launch pad on Thursday morning during a routine static fire engine test.
An annular solar eclipse will occur across southern Africa and Madagascar on Thursday, Sept. 1. Watch it live here! The next total solar eclipse will be in the United States in August of 2017.
As we turn the calendar to September, we have a plethora of rocket launches scheduled throughout the entire month, including the first launch from Wallops Island, Virginia, since 2014.
Last night, a solar storm interacted with the Earth's magnetosphere, setting off a cosmic light show for those in high latitudes.
Several meteor showers are yet to come during the last few months of 2016. There will be some eclipses as well as beautiful planetary alignments!
Early on Thursday morning there will be a lunar eclipse, but it will go by largely unnoticed.
The 2016 Perseids have lived up to the hype. They have been very bright with most leaving trails. A secondary peak should keep activity strong through tonight.