Monday's Supermoon Will Be Biggest Since 1948On Monday, Earthlings will be treated to a so-called supermoon. That's the closest full moon of the year, or every 14 months to be precise.
Biggest Supermoon In Nearly 70 Years Coming In NovemberScientists say get ready for quite the rare treat in November, something so rare we haven’t seen it in nearly 70 years.
Rocket Launch Sucessfully Reignites Space Station Deliveries In VirginiaOne of NASA's main delivery companies launched its first space station shipment from Virginia in two years Monday night, lighting up the East Coast.
Rocket Launch Expected To Be Visible From Entire East CoastA bad cable delayed a rocket launch from Virginia on Sunday by a NASA shipper eager to make a strong comeback.
Rare 'Black Moon' Rises Over Western Hemisphere Friday NightA rare "black moon" rises Friday night over the Western Hemisphere, but don't expect to see it.
Perseid Meteor Shower Expected To Give Stargazers Quite A ShowIt’s the Super Bowl of meteor showers and it’s set to peak on Thursday night.
Jupiter Has New Visitor - A Solar-Powered SpacecraftSoaring over Jupiter's poles, a NASA spacecraft arrived at the solar system's largest planet on a mission to peek behind the cloud tops.
Mars To Appear Exceptionally Bright This WeekendKeep your eyes on the sky this weekend for two big celestial events.
International Space Station Visible Friday Evening Tomorrow night you can celebrate the end of the work week with a little star-gazing.
Pittsburgh Company With Sights Set On Lunar Landing Adds International PassengerAstrobotic Technology CEO John Thornton announced that Germany has joined the Strip District company's mission to the moon.
PTL Links: July 16, 2015Some of today’s topics include: <li><a href="http://www.picklesburgh.com/" target="_blank">Picklesburgh</a></li> <li><a href="http://dougoster.com/blog/" target="_blank">Doug Oster's Blog</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.carnegiesciencecenter.org/" target="_blank">Carnegie Science Center</a></li> <a href="http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2015/07/16/ptl-links-july-16-2015/">Click here for more of today's links!</a>
Mars, Pa. Celebrating Red Planet's "New Year"Of course we here on the third planet from the sun celebrate the new year in an Earthly fashion.