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A ‘planet parade’ is coming Thursday morning, when Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, and Pluto will line up — here’s how to see it
Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, and Pluto will all line up in the pre-dawn sky on March 8, with the moon lining up between Jupiter and Mars in the early morning.
Whenever Earth plows through a trail of dust and debris left by a comet, a meteor shower happens. Right now the Leonids are peaking in activity.
A bright orange star will vanish behind the moon this weekend, and you don’t need a telescope to watch
Most people in the US can watch the moon block a bright star called Aldebaran on Saturday, March 4. Some will even see it "graze" Earth's natural satellite.
When backyard astronomers updated their iPhones to iOS 10, they couldn't get enough of the software's new accessibility color filters.