A mini strawberry moon will light up the sky on June 9. Although no special features, the strawberry moon signals the start of harvesting season as coined by the Native Americans.
The U.S. will witness the great American eclipse on Aug. 21. This will be the first time it will happen since 1918.
Get up early to catch a glimpse of the exceptionally bright Eta Aquarids on May 6.
Stargazers can expect a lot this month. Jupiter will be visible and Lyrid meteor shower will also occur this month.
As per NASA, the comet called C/2016 U1 NEOWISE zoomed past the earth on December 31, and if weather permits, it will be visible through binoculars until January 14.
The January sky will be enhanced by an orchestrated celestial show featuring Venus, Quadrantids meteor shower, Vesta asteroid, and the crescent moon.
Excited to see the peak of the upcoming Geminid meteor shower? Do not get your hopes up just yet as the December supermoon might interfere with it as the two celestial events will happen exactly at the same time.
The residents of Shimla in India are currently enjoying a different kind of celestial show as the ISS can be spotted from the area until Dec. 6.
The supermoon craze is back! This month, stargazing aficionados will get the chance of a lifetime as the supermoon in November will be the biggest in 70 years since 1948.
Planets, moons and meteor showers will grace the night skies this November. Here’s a guide to astronomical events this month.
Sunday's crescent moon is not the end for stargazing enthusiasts. After the new moon on Sunday, it will be heading east and will pass by three planets -- Saturn, Venus and Mars -- this week.
The annual Orionid meteor shower will occur this October. This year, the Orionid meteor shower is expected to produce a maximum ZHR of 15 to 25 meteors per hour.
The moon will pass by planets Saturn and Mars early this September and it will be visible in the night sky.
Two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter are scheduled to form a conjunction on the evening of Aug. 27.