A rare sight unfolding in the sky Wednesday night! The Perseid meteor shower is at its peak Wednesday into Thursday and this time should be one of the clearest views in years. It’s going to look like it’s raining meteors.
Ready for summer. It begins later this week but will feel like it Monday through mid-week with temps in the low to mid 90s.
Skies will be clearing shortly, and we should have a nice afternoon and a wonderful sunset.
Scientists have long tracked meteor showers and know exactly when they’ll appear. But there’s something new Friday night.
Soon, for weeks as a time, a large object is expected to light the night sky. it could be wonderful or a total bust.
At NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, the Earth is the focus every day.
Social media sites are buzzing with reports of a flash of light streaking across the sky along the East Coast.
A comet that’s been putting on a show south of the equator is now visible where we are—but it’s not easy to see.
It was a successful launch into space but the mission is all about earth.
Skywatchers along the East Coast may be able to see a NASA experiment that will launch a series of rockets to learn more about the little-understood jet stream winds that circle the Earth at the edge of space.
If you saw a bright light early Monday morning moving quickly in the sky, you caught a glimpse of the International Space Station.