Angelenos who want to see the Moon turn to “blood” Monday night may want to head for the hills.
A mile-long asteroid set to pass safely by Earth on Friday appears to be bringing along a companion.
There’s something lurking around distant and icy dwarf planet Pluto: a fifth moon.
There’s going to be a party in the sky on Cinco de Mayo.
The Academy Awards weren’t the only thing lighting up the L.A. skyline on Sunday night.
For the NASA team tasked with the latest lunar mission, New Year’s Day seems like Groundhog Day.
NASA says its twin spacecraft are on course to arrive back-to-back at the moon after a 3 1/2-month journey.
A massive asteroid is expected to make a fly-by of our planet Tuesday, but NASA experts warn there is no chance of any impact with the Earth.
The year’s first total eclipse of the moon will last an unusually long time, a rare celestial treat for a wide swath of the globe.
Just in time for Christmas. The year’s only total lunar eclipse will occur Monday night or early Tuesday depending on where you live.