In the photos, the Moon looks like it is playing hide and seek with the ISS' solar panels.
The weekend's full moon will also be a supermoon and will coincide with a total lunar eclipse.
The Lyrid meteor shower marks the end of the months-long meteor shower drought.
2022 has more than a few treats for skywatchers.
There will be a supermoon new moon and a micro full moon.
NASA Earth Observatory also shared a timelapse of the event as captured from space.
On Dec. 21, Jupiter and Saturn will have the closest conjunction since 1623.
The eclipse season for NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite has officially started.
Through the sunlight that bounced off the Moon during an eclipse, scientists used the Hubble Space Telescope to observe Earth's biosignature. The method could be used to search for potentially habitable exoplanets.
In places such as New York, the eclipse will cross from Saturday evening to early Sunday.
This weekend's Buck Moon will come with a penumbral lunar eclipse.
Starting in Africa, the path of the eclipse will move toward China before ending in the Pacific Ocean.
This rare solstice annular solar eclipse will only happen twice this century, with the next one set to occur on June 21, 2039.
Anna Kendrick has revealed that filming the first movie in the “Twilight” series felt really miserable because of the extreme weather conditions.
The Strawberry Moon will appear full for about three days.
A great solar eclipse that will affect North America and surrounding regions is expected to happen in a couple of years.
A team of astronomers made an accidental discovery while they were searching for potentially habitable alien planets. While observing the universe, they came across a system of brown dwarfs that were eclipsing one another.
This month’s full moon, known as the Wolf Moon, will take place on Friday. It will coincide with the first lunar eclipse of the year.
Ready for more eclipses? 2020 has six eclipses in store for sky watchers.
The third and final solar eclipse of the year is expected to take place after Christmas.
It seems December will turn out to be the best month for stargazers this year due to the number of cosmic events that are set to happen within the next couple of days and weeks.
NASA announced that a very rare cosmic event is about to occur tomorrow. As noted by the space agency, Mercury will pass directly between the Sun and Earth.
A UFO expert claimed to have spotted a massive alien vessel blocking out the Sun and causing an eclipse. The expert said the event was captured by one of NASA’s Sun satellites.
The upcoming total solar eclipse is being regarded by astronomers as the greatest one due to the immense scientific data it will offer. Although totality will only occur over certain areas in the world, people from different parts of the globe can still witness the eclipse through various live streaming platforms.
A large swath of South America will get the chance to witness the celestial event which won't come across the region again for nearly 400 years.
A total solar eclipse is set to happen on the first week of July. During the event, a portion of Earth will be covered by the Moon’s shadow.
The Mars Curiosity Rover imaged two solar eclipses on Mars.
The total lunar eclipse on Jan. 20 and 21 is only the first of three eclipses this year.
Sky watchers have been advised to watch the lunar eclipse online, to eliminate risks imposed by the low temperatures across most of the United States.
Unlike last year’s eclipse, the moon will only partially cover the sun this Saturday and the phenomenon will only be visible to certain parts of the world.