The full moon will look 15 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter Saturday night.
It’s actually considered a teeny one, despite what it sounds like.
You couldn’t ask for a better night to gaze at the sky.
There will be something special to see in the night sky on June 30…
Will we get a good look at it here in Southeast Michigan? It depends…
If the weather cooperates, metro Detroiter sky-gazers will enjoy an appearance by Comet Lovejoy this week.
A Vatican astronomer and Jesuit brother from the Detroit area has won a prestigious award from the American Astronomical Society.
It’s been an annual event for over 2,000 years …
For many it will be a good day to look up, for others it’s one to hide under the bed.
Clear skies will make for prime viewing conditions, the experts say.