All five visible planets will appear together in the morning sky early next year – from about January 20 to February 20, 2016. That hasn’t happened since 2005.
It’s that beautiful time of year again in the N. Hemisphere, when the June solstice – your signal to celebrate summer – is upon us.
In honor of World Ocean Day on June 8, a beautiful video visualization of ocean currents around the world.
Best time to see Saturn in 2015 is here! Instructions for finding this beautiful golden planet … here.
Light is the fastest-moving stuff in the universe. It travels at an incredible 300,000 kilometers (186,000 miles) per second. So, in a year, light travels far.
Eta Aquarid going on now. Good for both the northern tropics and Southern Hemisphere. How to watch, history, radiant point, here.
You might see a lot or you might not see many, but if you stay in the house, you won’t see any.
Awesome Lyrid prospects this year! You might see 10 to 20 meteors per hour at the peak on the mornings of April 22åç and 23, with the nod going to April 23.
The April 4, 2015 total lunar eclipse comes in the morning for North America, and in the evening for Eastern Asia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia. Here’s what to look for.