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On January 20, a total eclipse of the Moon will be visible in its entirety across North and South America.
A total eclipse of the Moon Sunday night highlights a week that also boasts a stunning predawn conjunction between Venus and Jupiter.
New studies are challenging the core accretion theory, the primary model astronomers use to understand how worlds form in our solar system and beyond.
The post Scientists Question Popular Planet Formation Theory appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Astronomers are taking a cue from bats, using a method similar to echolocation to map out the feeding environment around a black hole.
The post How “Light Echoes” Revealed a Black Hole’s Feeding Habits appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Astronomers can't agree on what kind of strange stellar death created a brilliant source dubbed "the Cow."
The post Celestial Event Dubbed “The Cow” Puzzles Astronomers appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
A new radio telescope has spotted scores of mysterious fast radio bursts — including the second known repeating one.
The post Bevy of Mysterious Radio Bursts Finds Second Repeating Source appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
The glow of a star torn up by a supermassive black hole has enabled researchers to measure how fast the black hole whirls around.
The post Astronomers Use Annihilated Star to Clock Black Hole’s Spin appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
The first full Moon of 2019 meets Earth's shadow in a widely visible total eclipse on the evening of January 20–21. Here's a guide on what to expect.
The post Your Guide to January’s Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse appeared first on Sky & Telescope.