You won't need a telescope to get some incredible views of our solar system's largest planet.
The astronomer who nicknamed the planet "Farout" said he did so because it's both "cool" and "a very-far-out object in distance."
The New Scientist magazine popularized the term, but two astronomers have already named them "submoons."
The dwarf planet is new evidence of the long-sought Planet X.
The scientists came to the conclusion after examining 'Oumuamua's trajectory.
The supposed "interstellar immigrant" is located near Jupiter but has an atypical orbit.
Sheyna Gifford explains how living in a Mars simulation changed her outlook on Earth's future.
The telescope is designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system that might be capable of harboring life.
Co-authored by Megan Watzke On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will be visible from Oregon to South Carolina. This event
The spacecraft completely changed our view of Saturn and her moons.
With the sun at Long Island and Pluto on the Santa Monica pier, the journey is "kind of startling and extremely memorable."
Only Pluto remains undecided about remaining where it is, although the dwarf planet is, admittedly, still in the throes of a hangover from yesterday's events.
Skywatchers are in for a big, bright treat in two weeks!
Astronomers point to Planet Nine.