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NASA’s plans for August 21 eclipse  

Not traveling to the centerline of the eclipse? Expect NASA images via 11 spacecraft, at least 3 aircraft, more than 50 high-altitude balloons, and the International Space Station.

2017-06-26 02:26:17

How much traffic on eclipse day?  

Expert analysis showing how many people - and how much traffic congestion - can be expected along the path of the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse.

2017-06-26 01:23:41

What’s the youngest moon you can see?  

In 2013, an astrophotographer in France captured an amazing photo of the moon at the precise instant of new moon.

2017-06-25 06:36:15

Last night’s extremely young moon  

Photo and animation of an extremely young moon - only 18 hours past the new phase - setting over a hill last night, as seen from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

2017-06-25 05:56:21

Young moon after sunset June 25  

From most places worldwide, except at far-northern latitudes, the moon will set better than hour after sunset on June 25. Look for it near the sunset point.

2017-06-25 03:21:29

The eclipse is just 2 lunations away  

As we approach another new moon, astronomer Guy Ottewell shares his profound understanding of lunar cycles and the coming total solar eclipse.

2017-06-23 13:24:16

What’s a conjunction?  

EarthSky community member Tom Wildoner explains the term "conjunction" in astronomy and provides an illustration.

2017-06-23 06:55:52

El Capitan on 1st day of summer  

The El Capitan rock formation reflected in a flooded valley in California's Yosemite National Park.

2017-06-23 05:32:24

Flying with the world’s fastest bird  

The peregrine falcon is the fastest bird - and in fact the fastest animal on Earth - when in its hunting dive. Amazing BBC video here.

2017-06-23 04:27:26

Global coral bleaching event likely ending  

Good news for coral reefs at last! After 3 years, the global coral bleaching event is likely over, scientists say.

2017-06-22 15:47:56

Kepler finds 10 Earth-like exoplanets  

NASA's Kepler space telescope has identified 219 new exoplanet candidates, 10 of which are near-Earth size and in the habitable zone of their star.

2017-06-21 10:28:28

Sun moves in front of Gemini on June 21  

On June 21, 2017, at around 15:00 UTC, the sun moves out of the constellation Taurus and into the constellation Gemini the Twins.

2017-06-21 08:36:02

Solstice? Depends on where you are  

June 21 is the date for the solstice for some. For others, it was June 20. Either way … here's a compilation of links to info about the 2017 June solstice. Happy summer or winter, y'all!

2017-06-21 01:43:22

Auroras in front of Magellanic Clouds  

Hunter Davis, at the South Pole, captured auroras flickering in front of the two Magellanic Clouds.

2017-06-21 01:40:13


No matter where you are on Earth, your northernmost sunsets of the year are happening around now.

2017-06-20 05:16:20

Space gardening  

Future space outpost dwellers will need to grow plants for food and to recycle air and water. Here's what scientists are learning about space farming from plants grown on the ISS.

2017-06-20 02:16:41

Moon and Venus before sunrise June 20  

You can't miss them! Look east an hour or two before sunrise. Moon is the 2nd-brightest, and Venus the 3rd-brightest, objects in our sky after the sun.

2017-06-19 01:05:21

Today in science: Sally Ride in space  

She was the 1st American woman in space, eventually flying on 2 shuttle missions. She played a key role in the investigation of the Challenger disaster. And she inspired people.

2017-06-18 06:52:47

A ribbon of ammonia in Orion  

Radio telescopes have detected a 50-light-year filament of star-forming gas, zigzagging its way through the northern portion of the Orion Molecular Cloud.

2017-06-18 03:21:43

Elon Musk’s Mars manifesto  

What if the cost of going to Mars as a colonist were less than US $200,000, or about the median cost of a house in the U.S.? Would you go? Elon Musk thinks many would.

2017-06-18 02:46:34

Saturn over New York City  

Think you can't see stars or planets from the city? Check out these 2 photos of Saturn over New York.

2017-06-17 05:43:41

Slowest sunsets around solstices  

Here's a natural phenomenon you might never have imagined. That is, the sun actually sets more slowly around the time of a solstice.

2017-06-17 05:17:30

Half-lit last quarter moon on June 17  

Although appearing half-illuminated, the last quarter moon carries that name because it's three-quarters of the way from one new moon to the next.

2017-06-16 01:58:49

Close and far moons  

Peter Lowenstein in Zimbabwe contrasts the size of the May 27 waxing crescent moon, which was close to Earth, with the June 9 full moon, which was far from Earth.

2017-06-16 01:04:17

Are asteroids hiding among the Taurids?  

And, more to the point, are any asteroids that might be hidden in the Taurid meteor stream potentially hazardous to Earth?

2017-06-15 06:24:54

Climate change shrinking Colorado River  

Ongoing drought - and increasing temperatures - have reduced water flow in the Colorado River, with more dramatic reductions expected. This ongoing, unprecedented event threatens water supplies in cities in the U.S. West and some of the most productive agricultural lands anywhere in the world.

2017-06-15 04:16:46

Saturn’s 2-toned moon  

Saturn's moon Iapetus is a world of contrast, with light and dark regions fitting together like cosmic puzzle pieces.

2017-06-15 02:14:26

10 space objects to see daytime  

A rundown of the top 10 space objects you can see - under the right conditions - during the day.

2017-06-15 01:48:57

Milky Way over the Everglades  

Watch this video, showing Earth spinning under the sky of the southern Everglades in Florida.

2017-06-14 12:57:15

Oldest fossils of our species  

Researchers have uncovered 300,000 year-old fossil bones of Homo sapiens in Morocco, the oldest reliably-dated fossil evidence of our species yet.

2017-06-14 04:37:10

Did our sun have a twin?  

A new analysis suggests the likely answer is yes — though not an identical twin. And so did every other sunlike star.

2017-06-14 04:01:32

Galaxies have aligned for 10 billion years  

Most galaxies are randomly oriented in space, but the biggest ones often point toward their neighbors. A new study traces these alignments back into the early universe.

2017-06-13 05:49:22

Video: Greenland’s thinning ice  

The ice sheets are melting from both above and below, say scientists.

2017-06-13 03:47:46

What’s it like to see a total solar eclipse?  

Words often fail when trying to explain the kaleidoscope of sights, sounds, feelings and emotions that consume us during this other-worldly event.

2017-06-13 03:07:59

Cottonwood trees and the snows of June  

Cottonwood trees in the American West are a nuisance to some and a treasure to others. They yield shade, beautiful foliage and, in June, a kind of warm, fluffy "snow."

2017-06-12 08:05:46

How much moon do we see?  

One side of the moon always faces Earth. Even so, over time, it's possible to see as much as 59% of the moon's surface, due to lunar libration.

2017-06-12 05:27:27

Amazing views of waltzing nearby stars  

Astronomers used the Hubble Space Telescope to follow the 2 brown dwarfs in the Luhman 16AB system, as they move both across the sky and around each other.

2017-06-11 01:11:46

Last night’s smallest full moon  

It was the smallest full moon of 2017, but still as gorgeous as any full moon. EarthSky community members' photos here. Thanks to all who contributed!

2017-06-10 05:24:59

2017’s smallest full moon on June 9  

June 9, 2017 brings the farthest full moon - and hence the smallest full moon - of the year. We've heard it called the micro-moon or mini-moon. Saturn is nearby.

2017-06-09 06:39:40

Libra? Here's your constellation  

In skylore, Libra the Scales is an age-old symbol of divine justice, harmony and balance. Plus its two brightest stars have the coolest of all star names.

2017-06-09 05:44:13

Milky Way over Mount Abu Observatory  

Nikunj Rawal captured the Milky Way over India's Mount Abu Observatory on June 1.

2017-06-09 03:16:08

Dwarf star bends light, confirms Einstein  

Awesome observation! Astronomers used the Hubble Space Telescope to measure the mass of a nearby white dwarf, as it bent the light of a more distant star.

2017-06-09 01:33:40

Happy World Oceans Day  

"Our oceans, our future" is the theme for World Oceans Day 2017.

2017-06-08 03:51:18

Strawberry Moon up at sunset June 8  

The moon you'll see rise on June 8 isn't precisely full, but almost. It's near in the sky to the golden planet Saturn and red star Antares.

2017-06-08 01:52:22

Wow! signal explained after 40 years?  

New evidence suggests the well-known Wow! signal from 1977 - long thought by some to be a sign of extraterrestrial life - was in fact generated by a passing comet.

2017-06-07 13:09:10

What exactly is twilight?  

Sure, twilight is that magical time of day that lies between daylight and darkness. Astronomers, the experts on nighttime, recognize 3 twilights.

2017-06-07 03:45:30

Moon near Crown of Scorpion on June 7  

The moon on June 7, 2017 is near the upper part of the constellation Scorpius, aka the Scorpion's Crown. Bright red Antares and golden Saturn are also nearby.

2017-06-07 02:52:33

The undark nights of summer  

Guy Ottewell lives in England. His illustrations of 3-dimensional space are illuminating. Long summer twilights, explained.

2017-06-07 01:04:07

A planet hotter than most stars  

Astronomers have discovered a Jupiter-like world hotter than most stars. The planet has a year only 1.5 days long and might have a tail like a comet.

2017-06-06 19:16:49

This week, a daytime meteor shower  

The Arietid meteor shower is the strongest daylight shower of the year. It lasts from late May through early June. Will you see any meteors? Maybe. Try around the morning of June 7.

2017-06-06 06:18:06

Moon in Libra on June 6  

It's a great night to identify Libra's two modestly-bright stars, Zubenelgenubi and Zubeneschamali. Their names rhyme with Obi-Wan-Kenobi of Star Wars.

2017-06-06 05:51:19

How hard did it rain on Mars?  

In a new study, geologists show there was rainfall on Mars in the past - and that it was heavy enough to carve out many of the features we see today on the planet's surface.

2017-06-06 05:47:06

A rare lunar halo  

Most ice halos around the sun or moon are made by plate- or column-like hexagonal crystals. The multiple halos in this image by Greg Redfern are from rare pyramidal ice crystals.

2017-06-06 01:15:53

A novel approach to star trails  

Featured in National Geographic and Nature, Canadian amateur astronomer Christian Sasse explains how he created his unique star trails, by superimposing images.

2017-06-05 05:10:59

Saturn moon may have tipped over  

New research based on Cassini spacecraft data suggests Saturn's moon Enceladus tipped over in the distant past.

2017-06-05 04:18:59

Last night’s moon and Jupiter  

The EarthSky community comes through again! Wonderful photos of the moon and Jupiter on June 3, 2017, from around the world.

2017-06-04 09:36:14

Close conjunction of Venus and Uranus  

Planet Venus passed 1.8 degrees south of planet Uranus on June 2, 2017, and Eliot Herman in Tucson captured their close conjunction.

2017-06-03 07:18:37

Moon and Jupiter on June 3  

They're the 2 brightest objects in the evening sky - the moon and Jupiter - close together Saturday night!

2017-06-03 03:05:09

Your immune system in space  

New video from NASA about studies looking at the effects of space travel on the human body's immune system.

2017-06-03 02:18:39

Cool preview of Pluto craft’s next target  

On June 3, July 10 and July 17, astronomers will be watching as tiny MU69 in the outer solar system - the New Horizons spacecraft's next target - occults or blocks the light from 3 different stars.

2017-06-03 02:03:40

Find the Summer Triangle  

Find the Summer Triangle asterism ascending in the east on June and July evenings. It's a large star pattern made of 3 bright stars in 3 separate constellations.

2017-06-02 06:52:23

This weekend a great time to see Venus  

Venus will be 46 degrees west of the sun on Saturday morning, June 3, 2017. That's about as far from the sun on our sky's dome as it can be.

2017-06-02 02:14:18

Astronomers detect gravitational waves  

These ripples in the very fabric of the universe were hypothesized by Einstein a century ago. Now scientists have detected them for the 3rd time, from distant black hole collisions.

2017-06-02 01:32:32

Born in June? Here’s your birthstone  

Happy birthday June babies! Your month has 3 birthstones - pearl, moonstone, and Alexandrite.

2017-06-01 03:05:20

Biblical signs in the sky?  

Will the sky on September 23, 2017 mirror "signs" from the Book of Revelation in the Bible? An astronomer responds.

2017-05-31 05:44:19

Top 5 questions about tornadoes  

More tornadoes occur in the U.S. than any other country, mainly in the Great Plains, Midwest and southern states. Two meteorology professors answer questions.

2017-05-31 04:12:05

Moon and Regulus on May 30  

Starting tonight and for the next several days, notice the moon's orbital motion as it sweeps by the star Regulus. From some places, the moon will occult (cover) Regulus on May 31.

2017-05-30 07:39:39

These bees nest in sandstone  

Rock is apparently no match for Anthophora pueblo bees. Scientists have found their sandstone nests scattered across dry lands in the U.S. Southwest.

2017-05-30 07:23:12

Biggest 3D map of the universe yet  

Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey used quasars - the most luminous objects known in the universe - to create their new 3D map.

2017-05-30 07:02:42

Juno at Jupiter: 1st science results  

An update on the science coming out of the Juno spacecraft mission to the gas giant planet Jupiter - largest planet in our solar system - and some spectacular recent images.

2017-05-30 06:56:28

Full-sphere, 360-degree ISS transit  

Super cool, interactive image of a transit across the sky of the International Space Station, via Project Nightflight of Austria.

2017-05-30 06:35:23

This season’s 1st noctilucent clouds  

Late May is typically the start of the season for noctilucent clouds, aka night-shining clouds. A photographer in Denmark has already captured some!

2017-05-30 02:45:14

Weekend auroras at the South Pole  

A strong G3-class geomagnetic storm took place this weekend, sparking auroras over both poles of Earth. Hunter Davis, at the South Pole, captured these images.

2017-05-29 03:48:22

Moon, Gemini stars, Procyon on May 28  

Watch for these stars near the moon Sunday evening, and learn how our view of the sky changes from point to point on Earth's surface.

2017-05-28 02:10:09

Young moon returns to the west  

This very special young moon marks the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Very tough to spot on May 26 from locations east of the Atlantic, but the Americas had a better shot at it.

2017-05-27 13:06:47

Two big asteroids to pass safely  

Radar astronomers are peering toward asteroid 2017 CS, closest on May 29. Another asteroid - 418094 (2007 WV4) - will be closest June 1. Charts here for Saturday night, for 8-inch or larger 'scopes!

2017-05-27 10:06:22

Will you see the young moon and Mars?  

And will people in the Americas see the young moon? That's a key question to many because this young moon sighting marks the beginning of Ramadan in Muslim culture.

2017-05-26 04:17:34

Why you won’t see the new supermoon  

In case you haven't heard, the closest supermoon of 2017 is a new moon - not a full moon. Here's why you won't see it.

2017-05-25 05:12:33

Nature’s red, white, and blue  

Memorial Day weekend is ahead here in the U.S. Have a happy one! Photo by Marcia White Bower.

2017-05-25 03:57:28

Mystery light shines near Cygnus A core  

When astronomers aimed the Very Large Array at the well-studied galaxy Cygnus A, they were surprised to find a bright new object near the galaxy's core. Supernova explosion, or a second supermassive black hole?

2017-05-24 08:26:32

Top 10 new species 2017  

This year's list includes a spider and an ant with names drawn from popular books, a pink katydid and an omnivorous rat.

2017-05-24 05:32:36

Cape Cod Milky Way  

Manish Mamtani captured this image at Salt Pond on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. "Happy to be back chasing the Milky Way," he said.

2017-05-24 02:07:53

Denmark’s never-ending May twilights  

Happening now in Denmark: "bright nights," when the sun is never far below the horizon. Photographer and videographer Adrien Mauduit tells the story and provides stunning imagery.

2017-05-23 20:16:49

River of Mist, Yosemite National Park  

Yosemite National Park, in northern California, is one of the most beautiful parks in the world. It set a record in 2016 with over 5 million visitors.

2017-05-23 07:58:04

Brown dwarf launches a vast jet  

For the first time, astronomers have found a spectacularly long jet - nearly a light-year long - from a brown dwarf.

2017-05-22 17:10:39

Monday morning’s moon and Venus  

Photos of the beautiful conjunction of the moon and Venus - Monday morning, May 22, 2017 - from the EarthSky community.

2017-05-22 14:36:07

2017’s closest supermoon is May 25  

For the 1st time since 2009, a new moon - not a full moon - will be the closest and largest supermoon of a year.

2017-05-22 11:27:56

2nd-warmest April and year-to-date  

And, at both the poles, sea ice extents were at or near record low levels, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

2017-05-22 11:11:37

Will you see the moon and Mercury?  

The farther south you are on Earth's globe, the better view you'll have of the very thin waning moon and Mercury at Tuesday's dawn.

2017-05-22 08:58:11

See Ceres opposite the sun  

Dawn mission specialists maneuvered the spacecraft into a special orbit, so that it could look down on Ceres' famous bright spots from a position known to astronomers as opposition.

2017-05-21 02:05:51

ISS crossing the sun’s face  

On May 14, the International Space Station crossed the sun's face, as seen from Beijing. Photographer Zheng Zhi was ready to capture the moment.

2017-05-21 01:32:35

Spectacular Moon and Venus May 22  

The brilliant twosome will be near each other Monday morning, a beautiful and compelling sight as seen from around the globe.

2017-05-21 01:07:29

Meet the Leo Triplet  

These 3 distant galaxies are all large spirals - much like our Milky Way - and they can be seen in a single field of view in small telescopes.

2017-05-20 06:02:50

The story behind the 2017 eclipse stamp  

A first-of-its-kind stamp that changes when you touch it. It'll commemorate the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. Fred Espenak - whose photos are used on the new stamp - tells the story.

2017-05-20 05:52:17

Moon, Venus, Mercury next few mornings  

Both Venus and Mercury will remain in the early morning sky through early June, and Venus will remain visible at dawn throughout June and for some months to come.

2017-05-20 01:54:17

Milky Way over Ijen Volcano  

Since National Geographic ran a story on the electric-blue flame of Ijen Volcano, tourism has increased. Seeing the night sky is another reason to go!

2017-05-19 06:18:30

A moon for the 3rd-largest dwarf planet  

So many moons! With the discovery of a moon for 2007 OR10, most known dwarf planets in the Kuiper Belt - larger than 600 miles across - now are known to have companions.

2017-05-19 01:29:53

Humans and pufferfish share teeth genes  

Our teeth evolved from the same genes that make the bizarre beaked teeth of the pufferfish, according to new research.

2017-05-18 05:22:46

A giant magnetic bridge between galaxies  

Known as the Magellanic Bridge, it's a huge stream of neutral gas stretching 75,000 light-years between the 2 Magellanic Clouds, which orbit our Milky Way.

2017-05-18 03:58:27

What is the electromagnetic spectrum?  

The electromagnetic spectrum describes all the wavelengths of light. From dark nebulae to exploding stars, it reveals an otherwise invisible universe.

2017-05-18 03:34:38

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