Hot on the heels of the recent supermoon is the annual Leonid meteor shower, an astronomical phenomena that in the past has dazzled and even frightened sky watchers.
After midnight this Wednesday (the morning of Thursday [November 17]), look to the skies to see a lively shower of meteor...Continue Reading
Some of the more spectacular fireballs caused by meteoroids entering Earth's atmosphere will be sporadically lighting up the skies for the next few nights.
The annual Taurid meteor showers—caused by the Earth passing through debris cast off by the comet Encke—typically are rich in what...Continue Reading
"When a moon hits your eye like an extra-large pizza pie".
The full moon gets even fuller 10 days from today, and it will be the biggest it has been in almost 70 years. And the next comparable one will not occur until November 2034.
The so-called supermoon that will take place on...Continue Reading