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Look out for shooting stars and don't forget to make a wish!
It looks like the July night sky isn’t done treating us to a cosmic lights show just yet. Apart from Comet Neowise dashing past Earth for almost the entire month, space watchers can also expect a meteor shower to grace us overhead
Two eclipses are expected to grace our skies.
Despite all the turmoil on earth in 2020, this year has proven to be an eventful one in space. We’ve already witnessed three supermoons and just last week, SpaceX made history as the first rocket launched into space by a private company.Now
Some of them won't happen again for hundreds and thousands of years.
Our infinite and vast galaxy is home to countless cosmic secrets and events that we can only dream of discovering in this lifetime. Astronomers, however, have managed to catch a glimpse of some of these rare celestial shows over the past years—from
It's been 9 years since astronauts have been launched into space.
It’s a great day for science and space enthusiasts as SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket successfully left Earth on May 30 for the International Space Station. In a report by space.com, aboard the rocket are two NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley,
You wouldn't want to miss the rare astronomical events still left in 2020.
Every new year sees a slew of celestial events that range from the more common meteor shower to the rare rising of a blue moon on Halloween night. If you're still reeling from images of the pink supermoon that occured last April