Solar Eclipse? Don’t Be Left in the Dark

On Thursday, October 23, most of North America will be able to see a partial solar eclipse. Find out how you can see it in your area!

Start Your Day With a…Lunar Eclipse?

If you’re in the mood to wake up a bit early tomorrow morning (October 8, 2014), you’ll get a pretty awesome lunar treat. That’s right, it’s total lunar eclipse time!

Welcome to Mars, India!

India made science news around the world on September 24, 2014, with the announcement that their first Mars satellite, Mangalyaan, entered orbit around the red planet.

The Mission Is in Sight!

As a writer of science fiction, as well as a former astrophysics major in college, I usually like to stay up to date on science news. Space news in particular. And when I hear the words, “manned space travel,” I ...

Building the Future with <em>Lego Space</em>

Is there a better way to learn about space than through Lego?

11-Year-Old Writes a Book About Space – and It’s Good!

Walter Levin's The Kid Who Went to the Moon fulfills every kid’s fantasy in more ways than one.

OSIRIS-REx, an asteroid mission lead by professor Dante Lauretta at the University of Arizona, will carry your name into space!

Geeky States of America: Maine’s Scale Model of Planet Earth

Explore the Earth in Maine, from a view that can't be beat: DeLorme's large scale replica of our planet.

Astronauts Are Moms Too

Dr. Karen Nyberg returned from six months on the International Space Station to her fellow-astronaut husband and their three-year-old son.

Meet <em>Grace from Outer Space</em>

This Kickstarter campaign to create a book to "get young girls interested in astronomy, science, and technology" has just a few days left for funding.