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The phases of a total lunar eclipse.

Watch live: Astronomers are broadcasting video of the ‘super blue blood moon’ total lunar eclipse

A total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, is happening early Wednesday morning, and anyone can watch the event live via a special webcast on YouTube.

The best live video feeds streaming the 2017 total solar eclipse

On Monday, August 21, you can watch the moon completely eclipse the sun on your phone or computer, thanks to live feeds from NASA TV, Slooh, and more.

An asteroid is about to slip between Earth and the moon — the second near miss in 3 weeks

Asteroid 2017 BX is will swing past our helpless planet on Tuesday night at 11:54 p.m. ET from a distance of about 162,000 miles.

An amateur astronomer found something intriguing in the sky on Christmas Day

Emmanuel Conseil used the Slooh telescopes in the Canary Islands to discover a nova in the Triangulum Galaxy.

There’s a rare celestial event on Christmas that won’t happen again for another 19 years

Be sure to steal a glance at the sky for the rare and beautiful event early Christmas morning.

We have the first confirmed footage of the mysterious space junk WT1190F burning up in Earth’s atmosphere, and it’s amazing

On Friday the 13th, an unlucky hunk of space junk, called WT1190F, burned up in Earth's atmosphere.

A rare collision between Earth and space junk is happening tomorrow — here’s how to watch it completely disintegrate

On Friday 13, an unlucky hunk of space junk, called WT1190F, will meet its end.