It seems like this past year, we've been the recipients of beautiful pictures from NASA of outer space. In the latest, A NASA camera aboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite captured a unique view of the moon as it moved in front of the sunlit side of Earth last month.
No, not the night where newly married people moon their honey (sorry!) Two months ago we tried to see the first of four blood moons but here in CNY skies were overcast... Coming up THIS Friday, the 13th there will be a full moon (yeah, creepy) and this one is called the Honey Moon.
Whether or not you got up in time to see it here in Central New York, we were treated to the awesome sight of a thick layer of clouds... But as always, it's clearer everywhere else but here... Here's a timelapse video put together by the Griffith Observatory in case you missed this
When you think of April 15th, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Tax deadline right? Well, not if you're into astronomy. Around 3am EST this coming Tuesday, the Earth's shadow will start to blot out the moon and by 330am a full lunar eclipse should be in full swing, but this one is different than most.
On St. Patrick's Day while we were out celebrating a holiday that actually looks nothing like it did when it was born, scientists were soberly sifting through our Universe that also looks nothing like it did when it was born. Although this time, they stumbled on some pretty big 'bangin' news