What was the bright light seen across California, Utah, and Nevada tonight? Was it a UFO or a meteor? See the videos here.
SpaceX is launching a rocket to the International Space Station and landing back at Florida tonight. Find out what time and watch everything right here.
How many missions have we already sent to Jupiter, before Juno? Which one also orbited around Jupiter? See photos and learn about all NASA’s Jupiter missions.
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates Juno reaching Jupiter and achieving orbit. Learn more about the mission and the Google Doodle here.
Juno enters orbit around Jupiter today. See photos of Juno’s mission to Jupiter, pictures of the stunning planet, and details on what NASA hopes to find.
What time does the Juno mission enter orbit around Jupiter? When does the NASA craft arrive and when is orbit insertion? See the entire schedule here.
Watch NASA’s Juno spacecraft arrive at Jupiter via these live streams, as it happens, for free online. See DSN antenna responses and watch simulators too.
Mars will be at its closest point to the Earth tonight. You can view the planet on an online livestream in this article.
These are photos of Mercury crossing and passing over the Sun, a rare event that last occurred a decade ago. These are the best photos of Mercury’s transit.
Watch Mercury cross in front of the sun online live, right here. Watch NASA’s and five other livestreams, including videos from other countries, all day.
These are videos of the stunning total solar eclipse on March 8, 2016. The next total eclipse won’t be until August 2017.
A stunning solar eclipse was seen in parts of Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Australia, and other regions today. These are photos of the total and partial eclipse.
Tonight’s total eclipse of the sun won’t be viewable in the U.S. When is the next total solar eclipse that you can see in the United States? Is it far away?
Tonight is a rare total solar eclipse. Watch three free livestreams of the eclipse and find out what time this year’s only total eclipse of the sun begins.
These are the best Twitter and Instagram photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly’s year in space. Stunning photos show the immensity of our universe.