Don't miss the most spectacular meteor shower to grace the skies this year: the Perseid meteor shower. On the night of Aug. 12 to 13, around 60 to 70 meteors will be streaking across the sky for people to enjoy.
The planets Saturn and Mars, as well as the Antares star, will form an astonishing stellar alignment starting Aug. 23.
Students at Florida Institute of Technology captured time-lapse images of the Perseid meteor shower from a network of specialized cameras from different countries around the globe.
A team of skydivers jumped from an airplane in LED wingsuits to join the Perseid meteor shower.
Stargazers, prepare your cameras for one of the most awaited celestial phenomena of the year. Here are some tips that will give you a better chance at capturing the magic of tonight’s meteor shower.
The Perseid meteor shower is anticipated worldwide and is expected to show its might starting Aug. 11 to Aug. 12.
The annual Perseid meteor shower will reach its peak on Aug. 11 and Aug. 12.
A spectacular meteor shower is scheduled this month. The Perseid Meteor Shower, one of the most renowned, is set to return this year on August 10. Here’s everything there is to know about the Perseid Meteor Shower plus when and where to watch this amazing display of celestial lights.
This August, a number of celestial bodies will be visible in the night sky including Mars, Saturn, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, some dwarf planets and several meteor showers.
The Perseid meteor shower is one of the most popular meteor showers but a lot of people are obviously unaware when it comes to the bright lights visible on the August night sky.
While waiting for the fascinating Perseid meteor shower to occur this August, astronomers and enthusiasts can watch the Delta Aquarid shower that peaks Thursday and Friday, July 28 and July 29.