Eclipse fans are in for a major treat this year.
New measurements collected by a team of astronomers constitute the most precise data yet in this intellectual quest.
We are in for a major spectacle this Friday as we’ll be treated to June’s full “Strawberry Moon” in all of its glory.
NASA is keeping watch on a humongous asteroid that is quickly approaching Earth every day.
On June 5th and 6th, the Strawberry Full Moon will also pass through the faint outer shadow of the Earth, known as a penumbral lunar eclipse.
Update: This discovery in Antarctica may or may not represent the first evidence of a parallel universe.
The massive Comet SWAN – which is likely to be the showcase comet of the year – will be visible throughout the northern hemisphere, lying low...
There’s plenty more in store for all sky watchers, starting with a partial Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on June 5 and 6 and an Annular Solar Eclipse...