Pittsburghers likely won’t be able to see tonight’s total lunar eclipse.
A super-rare sighting will take place this week.
Are you looking for more room in your home to accommodate your family?
An asteroid so big it has its own moon will fly by the earth today, but you likely won’t be able to see it.
Sky watchers might have the chance to view quite a show tonight, courtesy of a solar flare that happened days ago.
In the vast openness of the universe, there are too many questions to answer.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield tweeted a photo Pittsburgh from space Saturday morning, sharing a spectacular view of the city.
Rarely is there a story that captivates the world’s attention as this one has. An asteroid, the size of an apartment building, whizzed past earth. Millions monitored the momentous occasion via the Internet on Friday afternoon.
A meteor streaked through the sky and exploded Friday over Russia’s Ural Mountains with the power of an atomic bomb, its sonic blasts shattering countless windows and injuring more than 750 people.
Pluto no longer holds the distinction of being a planet, but there’s no arguing it has moons orbiting it.
Looking around our nation, it’s obvious that we need more heroines and heroes with Sally Ride’s brave and courageous character. Her inspiration and legacy must live on to create the heroines – and heroes – of the future.
At least 200 people gathered at the Carnegie Science Center to witness a celestial event that won’t happen again in this lifetime. The planet Venus began to cross the face of the sun, as viewed from Earth in the 6 p.m. hour.
There are several great options for art lovers in Pittsburgh during February. If you like a little variety in your art diet, step around town to take in a lecture, attend an opening, or just while away an afternoon.
In the not so distant future, could we be buying a ticket into space like we do for an airline? KDKA Radio’s Larry Richert and John Shumway talk to an expert about the future of space travel.
Shaler astronomer Tom Reiland is credited with spotting a supernova, another addition to his list of astronomical accomplishments.