The Geminid meteor shower will reach peak activity on the night of December 13-14.
Unfortunately the eclipse won't be visible for most of the Eastern hemisphere, but other parts of the world will be able to enjoy the penumbral eclipse and strawberry moon.
Everything you need to know about the celestial event.
The first New Moon of the year is called the Wolf Moon, named after hungry wolves crying out for food during winter. This year, it is also an eclipse.
The annular solar eclipse will pass over parts of Africa, Asia and Australia, but stargazers across the world can watch the event via livestream.
The pair were taken to hospital with injuries.
Why does this happen? Why do we always get a lunar eclipse during a full moon? What makes it red? My search for answers to questions like these fueled my interest in science.
Report reveals how bees responded to the eclipse—with just one single buzz during the darkest moments.
It won't be visible everywhere—but there's a live stream for those who won't be able to see it in person.
Reports of a cloud of darkness blocking out the Sun at noon above northern Siberia have raised questions.
You may not be able to see the event in person—but that doesn't mean you have to miss out.
Between the total solar eclipse, the supermoon, and potential space tourism, the moon was the distraction Americans needed in 2017.
The almost full moon will block out one of the brightest stars in the sky on Saturday—here's how to watch.
The event in the Earth's upper atmosphere had been theorized before, but never detected.
"It's like the eclipse shape was burned into her retina," a doctor said about one patient.
Aldebaran, the eye of the constellation Taurus, is one of the brightest stars in our skies.
But solar eclipses have been known to affect temperature and wind.
A total solar eclipse on "The Simpsons" once brought "Star Trek's" Leonard Nimoy to Springfield.
The first daughter is among those looking forward to Monday's event.
"Has Everyone His Smoked Glass Ready?" one local newspaper asked before the 1918 celestial event.