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At this time of year, for all of us around the globe, the Pleiades star cluster culminates – reaches its highest point in the sky – around midnight.
One half of the W of Cassiopeia is more deeply notched than the other half. This deeper V is your “arrow” in the sky, pointing to the Andromeda galaxy.
The Hubble Space Telescope captured nearby asteroids photobombing distant galaxies
A neuroscientist talks about the history of telekinesis and the complexity of the human brain.
Happy birthday November babies! The name of your birthstone, the topaz, comes from a Sanskrit word for fire.
“Looking at gene expression … we really see an explosion, like fireworks taking off, as soon as the human body gets into space.”
Come to know constellation Auriga’s bright star Capella and the little asterism called The Kids.
Cassiopeia the Queen is one of the easiest-to-recognize constellations, having the shape of an M or W, Schedar is the Queen’s brightest star.
Today’s sky chart shows the constellations of the zodiac that are up after nightfall on these October evenings.
The bright colors are wonderful to behold. But do they have some hidden purpose?
Moon, Mercury, Venus March 18 to 20