Moon will 'kiss' Saturn on May 31 and other summer sky events to watch

On May 31, sky lovers can witness a stunning celestial event as the Moon will appear to "kiss" Saturn in the southeastern sky just before dawn, offering a rare and captivating visual spectacle for amateur astronomers and stargazers, with several other noteworthy celestial events occurring this year.

Could another 'Carrington Event' solar storm happen?

A potent solar storm prompted the first severe geomagnetic storm watch in nearly two decades in the U.S., dazzling observers with vivid Northern Lights as far south as Florida, while raising concerns about potential disruptions to communication and GPS systems.

Northern Lights: Could Florida see another spectacular show on Sunday?

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Space Weather Prediction Center reported Saturday afternoon that another series of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) was expected to arrive at Earth on Saturday, producing severe-to-extreme geomagnetic storms.

Boeing Starliner launch: When is the next launch attempt?

NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test is now targeting no earlier than 6:16 p.m. EDT Friday, May 17, to send the Starliner spacecraft to the International Space Station if the technical issue that prevented the launch attempt on Monday is fixed.