Nothing fascinates us quite like the endless abyss of the night sky above. Space is a very interesting place, and this weekend it will put on a show for skyward viewers across the eastern half of the United States. For the first time since 2019, a total lunar eclipse can be seen for a few hours, late Sunday night into the very early morning hours of Monday morning.
Early risers should set their alarm clocks for an hour before sunrise Saturday and Sunday mornings. An assortment of four planets will be visible in the eastern skies.
You can be the owner of real moon dust collected by none other than Neil Armstrong.
The Canadian Space Agency posted a satellite photo of a region the internet concluded resembles a cat.
The charitable sector should hope that billionaire Jared Isaacman keeps seeking new adventures.
NASA plans to use its International Space Station for one more decade before crashing it into the Pacific Ocean in 2031.
Friday marks 36 years since the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, killing all seven crew members on board.