When the moon went dark in January, it got smacked in the face by a rock traveling 38,000 mph (61,000 km/h).
Springtime stargazers are in for a treat; the Lyrid meteor shower will peak in a dazzling show tonight and early tomorrow morning (April 22-23).
A meteor that snuck by the world's telescopes and exploded over the Bering Sea was caught on camera after all.
One of the largest meteor impacts in modern history occurred over Russia on Dec. 18, 2018. Hardly anyone noticed it — and nobody saw it coming.
Astronomers just got the goods on the meteor that flared up over Cuba earlier this month.
Scientists have discovered the second-ever meteor impact crater in Greenland, located not far from the first.
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