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.