Valentine’s Day. The perfect time for a candlelit dinner, a box of chocolates — or perhaps, if the skies are clear, a wee bit of stargazing.
Why do some constellations linger, while others quickly exit the celestial stage?
A recurring nova in Corona Borealis might be getting ready to blow.
The brightest star in Taurus winks out in daylight.
Only 30 million light-years away, M104 is the brightest galaxy in Virgo.
Although often overlooked, the celestial unicorn has its share of delights.
Near Castor and Pollux is a strange double nebula.
Here’s the story of a remarkable double star, Eta (η) Cassiopeiae.
Enjoy the autumn sky’s best edge-on galaxy.