Stargazers can expect a lot this month. Jupiter will be visible and Lyrid meteor shower will also occur this month.
After the New Year celebrations, stargazers can watch another firework in a form of a meteor shower. The latest shower that will peak on Jan. 3 comes from shattered comet from a non-existent constellation.
The waning crescent moon joined Jupiter in the predawn sky on Nov. 25. Skywatchers all over the world captured stunning photos of the celestial rendezvous.
The Hubble Space Telescope captured a stunning view of the constellation Sagittarius. The universe is painted with a colorful display of celestial bodies including a number of blue stars.
The Herschel Space Observatory discovered a stellar association, or a group of new born stars, within the Vulpecula constellation also known as the Little Fox.