Photographer and digital artist Derek Sturman takes us behind the scenes of his June 2018 adventure to Yosemite, where he spent 9 days on-site in order to put together the image of his dreams. Through trials and tribulations, he was able to succeed, coming home with the images that would help him create Galactic, a mesmerizing photograph of the Milky Way over Yosemite.
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy‘s love of outer space was sparked over 20 years ago while exploring the solar system through his...
In a historic first, China’s Chang’e 4 lunar lander played host to some special guests.
Throughout its time studying Jupiter, NASA’s Juno spacecraft has sent back some incredible images. And now, to cap off its work in 2018, it’s providing us a glimpse of the incredible volcanic activity on one of Jupiter’s moons. Io, Jupiter’s fourth largest moon, has over 400 active volcanos and is the most geologically active body in the solar system.
First discovered in 2007, the pulsating flashes of radio waves known as fast radio bursts (FRBs)
Imagine a camera that has the ability to capture sharp images of the night sky.
If you love stargazing, you have an even better reason to look forward to 2019. The new year is going to start off brilliant thanks to a rare phenomenon called a Super Blood Wolf Moon. It will occur on January 20 or January 21, depending on your location in the United States. The totality of the event, or the point at which it’s the most visible, will happen at about 9:12 p.m. PST (January 20) or 12:12 a.m. EST (January 21).
In a continuing quest to learn more about Mars, the European Space Agency (ESA)
After launching in August 2018, the Parker Solar Probe has transmitted its first scientific observations back to NASA—and the results...
The past few years have been rich with lunar and solar events. From the 2017 solar eclipse to the 2018 supermoon trilogy, astronomy lovers have been privileged to witness a number of rare occurrences. Now, another spectacular lunar moment is on the horizon, with a super blood moon set to appear on January 21, 2019.
For many teachers, their job is more than just covering the syllabus—they often go beyond the basic requirements, dedicating time...
Seven months after leaving Earth, NASA’s InSight lander has touched down on Mars.