Three moon shadows at once on Jupiter Friday night! It won’t happen again for U.S. observers until the year 2032. You can also watch online.
This ghostly puff of smoke is actually a huge mass of swirling gas and cloud at planet Venus’ south pole, as seen by ESA’s Venus Express spacecraft.
Dawn spacecraft now closing in on dwarf planet Ceres. Image is for navigation purposes; next one due late January. And what is that white spot, anyway?
Fly-through video of the largest image ever taken, of the Andromeda galaxy, nearest spiral galaxy to our Milky Way. Prepare to feel small!
Eta Carinae is a double system containing the most luminous and massive star within 10,000 light-years.
It’s very cool. Hear the sounds of space exploration history!
Astronomers announced this week that – for the first time – they have observed a so-called ‘fast radio burst’ in real time.
The Beagle 2 Lander, built by the U.K., and thought lost on Mars since 2003, has now been found in images from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
New calculations by astronomers in Spain and the UK suggest that not one, but two unknown planets might exist in our solar system, beyond Pluto’s orbit.