This pearly glow is surprisingly easy to see if you know what to look for.
The ethereal zodiacal light returns to view this month. Learn how to see and photograph it with your digital camera.
Early risers get a triple treat this week and next: a ravishing dawn Moon, an excellent apparition of Mercury, and a hint of Halloween in the ghostly zodiacal light.
Have you ever spotted the glow of a “false dawn”? Now astronomers have spotted a similar zodiacal light around nine nearby stars.
How and when to see the gegenschein, cousin of the zodiacal light and one of the greatest night sky naked-eye challenges.
The zodiacal light shows very well from dark locations at mid-northern latitudes starting about 80 minutes after sunset on moonless evenings from late January to early April.
The first half of October 2013 is a good chance for early risers to catch the zodiacal light, the faint eastern glow preceding dawn.
October's a perfect time to see the zodiacal light, a tapering tower of comet dust standing high in the eastern sky before dawn. Here's how to find it.
The zodiacal light is on its best display in the Northern Hemisphere on moonless evenings from February through April.
Eerie and elusive, the zodiacal light is created from sunlight glinting off countless dust particles in the inner solar system. At last, astronomers have figured out where all that grit comes from.