Fasscinated by our Moon? Want to know more about it? Join fellow lunar enthusiasts on Saturday, October 20th, for International Observe the Moon Night!
Curious about astronomy? No plans for Saturday? Well, you’re in luck! Saturday October 13 is Fall Astronomy Day and your local amateur astronomical community has all sorts of fun things in store for you.
Expanding planetary nebulae, X-rays from supermassive black holes, and stellar community involvement were all on display at the youth awards presented at this year’s Astronomical League convention.
A dazzling day greeted S&T Observing Editor Diana Hannikainen when she attended the Stellafane Convention this past August, but it was the dome of night sky that truly sparkled.
Summer star party season has begun - grab your scope or binoculars, pack a sleeping bag, and come and join the fun!
The 2018 total lunar eclipse was witnessed by many in western North America and right across the Pacific.
Explore distant supermassive black holes with these finder charts for "Ancient Photons from AGN" by Al Lamperti, which appeared in the March 2018 issue of Sky & Telescope.
International Observe the Moon Night gathers people together to observe the Moon and to learn more about it. This year InOMN will be on Saturday, October 28th.