Audubon Christmas Bird Count starts December 14

The Audubon Christmas Bird Count, held each winter, is one of the longest-running community science projects. You can help collect important data about birds.

Mauna Loa volcano: No evac orders, but residents on alert

Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii is erupting for the 1st time in 38 years. As of this morning, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reports "no property is at risk."

NASA sets busy crew schedule for ISS in 2023

We'll have a busy crew schedule for ISS in the coming year. NASA has scheduled 3 commercial crew flights to the International Space Station in 2023.

Seeing things that aren’t there? It’s called pareidolia

Seeing things like a dragon in a patch of clouds or a face on the moon is called pareidolia. Use these photos to test your abilities to recognize patterns.

Media We Love: Good Night Oppy Review

Read this movie review for Good Night Oppy, the story of the twin sisters Martian rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. Learn about the movie here.

A space garden can feed astronauts on the moon

A space garden will enable astronauts to grow their own food in places like the moon and on Mars. Read more about the plants astronauts can grow in space.

The Space Force orbital plane finally lands

The U.S. Space Force X-37B orbital plane - an uncrewed and reusable craft - returned to Earth on November 12, 2022, after 908 days in orbit.

SpaceX resupply mission November 22. Watch here

The next SpaceX resupply mission to ISS is scheduled to launch at 3:54 p.m. ET (20:54 UTC) on November 22, 2022. Watch the livestream at EarthSky.

Lake-effect snow: New York smashes records

Learn more about what conditions create lake-effect snow and how Buffalo, New York, could see up to 6 feet (1.8 m) of snow by the end of the weekend.

What is the Great Filter, and can we survive it?

A new study suggests the reason we haven't found intelligent civilizations in the galaxy is that such civilizations might not have survived their Great Filter.