Gamma-ray bursts are the most energetic and luminous explosions in the known universe. They typically occur when a dying, rapidly-rotating star collapses and becomes a black hole. During this collapse, a narrow beam of intense radiation is released at near the speed of light.
One of the most significant meteor showers of the year, called the Geminids, will be at its peak on the night of Dec. 13 into the morning of Dec. 14.
It is not unusual to find unusual satellite images on various websites that seem to get conspiracy theories started.
Have you ever wondered why the northern and southern lights seem to dance about? This article may help you understand why they do.
Changes in the brightness of ISON have only caused more questions and fewer answers.
The Full Moon will make it tough to see the Leonids this year
The Sun has met expectations recently. What does this mean for the next cycle? What does that mean for us on the surface of the Earth?
Does the magnetic reversal of the sun's poles have anything to with how busy the sun has been recently?
What a show Mother Nature put on this past weekend!
Once ISON is getting close to being visible to the naked eye, our experts at AccuWeather Astronomy on Facebook will be here to answer any and all questions.