The Leonid meteor shower will peak over the weekend into Monday, bringing up to 15 shooting stars per hour.
Astronomers and sky watchers will be ready for a rare celestial event taking place Monday, November 11th. That's when Mercury, our innermost planet, passes directly between Earth and the sun.
The world's first female spacewalking team is making history high above Earth.
According to NASA’s JPL, the giant space rock known as 2019 TA7 will skim past Earth at a distance of roughly 930,000 miles, making its closest approach to Earth in nearly 115 years.
Friday the 13th will be extra spooky this week as a rare full moon is set to appear across the United States.