The skies are filled with exciting celestial events this month.
"If it’s something from outside this planet — that might actually be better than...the Chinese or the Russians," said Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL).
The corona at the center of a black hole abruptly disappeared and then reformed, essentially turning the black hole off and then starting up again.
Because it’s so close to our planet, the rare comet can be seen with the naked eye.
They have so far defied explanation or description.
The skies will delight stargazers with overlapping meteor showers towards the end of the month.
People waking up early in the morning will be treated to a brilliant site this week.
The third partial penumbral lunar eclipse of this Lunar month coincides with the Buck Full Moon and occurs on July 4/5, ending the eclipse season.