The earliest iron forged by humans actually comes from the stars -- and, as it turns out, meteorites make some beautiful swords.
If you live in Pittsburgh and think you saw a massive fireball in the sky Tuesday morning, you're not going crazy. A 2-foot-diameter meteor entered the Earth's atmosphere and gave quite the show.
The lunar surface gets artsy in the hands of two London digital designers and their data-driven hanging sculpture based on cosmic events.
These showers are so stunning that Google even dedicated an animated Doodle to the celestial show.
It's a great week for celestial gazing with both a supermoon and the year's best meteor shower lighting things up, but the best view is also from out of this world.
Just in time for the new moon, the Delta Aquarid showers peak on Monday and Tuesday and the Perseid showers start to get under way.
The May Camelopardalids could make a fantastic debut in the night skies over North America Friday night. Here's what you need to know to take in the show.
May 6 marks the peak of Eta Aquarids, a brilliantly fast meteor shower that will trail the night sky.
The Kreyos tracks your activities, is water-resistant, and has speakerphone capabilities and a snap-out design -- what can't it do?
These meteors deliver more bright, long-lasting fireballs over northern skies during a short peak period than other showers. It's quite a show if you know when to watch.