A major geomagnetic storm will trigger another night of Auroras. Check out the latest forecast for viewing conditions and aurora strength. Plus, see the stunning images captured from the latest solar storm!
A long-duration geomagnetic storm could bring auroras over the next three nights, perhaps even longer.
The Orionids peak tonight as the Earth passes through a stream of debris left by Halley's Comet. The shower is visible across the entire globe. Check viewing conditions and tips here.
The past few days have been exciting for astronomers and stargazers with a Supermoon and a rocket launch from Wallops Island, Virginia.
For the first time since 2014, people all along the East Coast will be able to watch a rocket take to the night sky on a trip to the International Space Station.
A bright fireball was seen over Mississippi this morning. Meanwhile, we are days away from the first rocket launch from Wallops Island since a spectacular rocket explosion in 2014. The hunter's moon rises this weekend and it is also a supermoon.
Amazing pictures and videos of the aurora show have been streaming in over the last few days. Here are some of my favorites! Enjoy!
A multi-day Geomagnetic storm continues. Vibrant auroras have been reported for the past few days. The show should intensify before waning this weekend. Check out some awesome images from the recent aurora. Also, see if weather will be a problem for viewing.
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.