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.
You might spot something special in sky Tuesday night.
For decades, astronomers have puzzled over an odd source of X-ray light in an arm of the Pinwheel Galaxy, just off the handle of the Big Dipper.
So what’s the latest and greatest in the fabulous world of tech and science as the Tech Tour heads into its home stretch? Well, let’s dodge the early season snow and sleet to check out these gems…
A rare sighting of the planet Venus passing the sun Tuesday evening.
The planet Venus will pass between the Earth and the Sun — appearing as a small black dot passing across the sun’s bright disk.
Wayne State University has collaborated with an international team of astronomers using data from the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton satellite that has identified a long-sought X-ray “echo” that promises a new way to probe supersized black holes in distant galaxies.