When shopping for a space lover, it’s important to reach for the stars. Regular games and knick-knacks won’t make the cut for a stargazer. Instead, you should aim for products that match their love of the galaxy. From moon puzzles to solar system necklaces to planet mugs, My Modern Met Store has a variety of cool and unique gifts for space lovers.
If you’re fascinated by celestial events, this calendar by Celestron will help you keep track of moon phases, meteor showers,...
As any skilled astrophotographer will attest, the Milky Way is an incredible muse.
We all know that the Sun is essential for life on Earth, but there’s still a lot we’re learning about the star at the center of our solar system. And thanks to new technology, we’re now able to get an even better glimpse of the Sun. In a newly released image from the National Science Foundation’s Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope it’s possible to see the Sun’s surface closer than ever before.
Since he was a child, the sky has been a source of fascination for amateur astronomer Elias Chasiotis.
A clear starry night is a source of limitless inspiration and beauty.
For most, the opportunity to see a rocket launch would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. But for John Kraus, who grew up on Florida’s “Space Coast,” it was a commonplace occurrence. So it made perfect sense that when he took up photography in 2015, spaceflight would be included in his work. After documenting a few launches, his hobby transformed into a full-time career that has allowed him to share his passion for spaceflight with the public.
On October 18, 2019, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, made history when it launched its 221st spacewalk.
Did you know that every month the full moon has a different name?
Off the heels of the first-ever photo of a black hole, NASA has just released incredible new visualizations that are a mesmerizing look at how a black hole’s gravity distorts our view. Across several different perspectives, the visualizations demonstrate how what we consider to be a dark space is actually one of the brightest places in the universe.
Hungarian photographer László Francsics was named Astronomy Photographer of the Year for his innovative look at a lunar eclipse.
In the race to find a habitable planet, astronomers from University College London have made a breakthrough.