Moon meet Jupiter, Jupiter meet moon. The two most brilliant objects in our current night sky will make for an eye-catching duo tonight, weather permitting.
NASA is tracking the bus-sized Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) and expect it to fall to Earth Friday afternoon. Precisely where the UARS satellite will land is still uncertain - but not in North America, says NASA.
Harvest moon: This month's full moon appears low in the southeastern sky, traditionally offering extra light so that farmers could gather their crops later into the evening.
Perseid meteor shower watchers will be dodging a full moon at the shower's peak on Friday and Saturday. Here are some tips for watching the Perseid meteor shower.
Perseid meteor shower fans should go out Wednesday and Thursday a.m. to avoid the glare from the moon. The Perseid meteor shower peak is Aug. 13.
Lunar eclipse: The event is the first lunar eclipse of 2011 and one of two total lunar eclipses this year.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour will be visible in the night sky early Tuesday morning. When can you see Endeavor, on it's last mission, and where should you look?
There will be many eyes checking out the inaugural flight of the private Falcon 9 rocket Friday, launching from Florida.
Debate is still underway to determine whether the space shuttle Atlantis should get one more flight or be sent straight to a museum.
The space shuttle Atlantis returned back to Cape Canaveral in Florida this morning after its final scheduled mission.