What’s Up: The full Moon is taking over the sky this weekend, so here’s how to photograph it and break the illusion of its size.
Two papers examine if the object that impacted the Earth, created the Chicxulub crater, and wiped out the dinosaurs was a comet or an asteroid.
Using the ALMA telescope, scientists have found potential evidence of the as-yet-undiscovered neutron star at the center of supernova 1987A.
A quick roundup of images from Mars and Venus, plus a new study of Moon rocks, and cold gas forming early galaxies.
Your random space fact of the week comes community member UncWilly who told us about a visible star in Cassiopeia that had no traditional Arabic or Latin name until the mid-twentieth century.
On February 20, 1962, John Glenn was launched into space from Cape Canaveral in the Friendship 7Mercury capsule, sitting on top of an Atlas LV-3B launch vehicle.
The Cygnus NG-15 spacecraft was launched on February 20 at 17:36 UTC aboard a Northrop Grumman Antares rocket from the Mid Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island in Virginia.
On February 16 at 03:59 UTC, SpaceX’s Booster 1059 made its sixth flight from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station with another sixty Starlink satellites onboard.
Progress MS-16 is an ISS resupply mission that launched on February 15 at 04:45 UTC from Site 31-6 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
A trio of exoplanets larger than Earth were found in orbit around a relatively young star in a recently discovered stellar stream.