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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope captured out-of-this-world photos of Neptune and its rings.

Tired of Saturn's Rings? Check Out NASA's Latest Image of the Bands Around Neptune

Yellow light outlines the pagoda shapes of a tall tower against a vivid blue sky. Behind the tower is a huge supermoon in pink and purple.

The Last Time to Catch a Supermoon This Year Is Approaching

Five moons move from lower right to upper left, showing the progression of a total lunar eclipse. The first moon is one-half dark gray, with a black bite taken out of the left side, as the moon moves toward Earth's shadow. In the second phase, there's a sliver of bright sunlight on the lower right side of the moon, while most of the moon is dark with a slightly reddish cast. In the third phase, the moon is fully in Earth's shadow and covered in a red/orange light. In the fourth phase, the moon is moving out of Earth's shadow and is dark grey with a reddish cast and pale grey on the right side. In the fifth and final phase, there's a dark shadow on the right quarter of the moon, while the rest is white and grey.

How to See Sunday's 'Blood Moon' Total Lunar Eclipse in the Bay Area

This Is the First Image of the Black Hole at the Heart of the Milky Way

A pale white and grey crescent moon hangs against a black background. There are craters and pock marks on the sliver of moon.

Ramadan Begins on a Crescent Moon, Ushering in a Holy Month of Fasting and Kindness

Day to night timelapse timeslice San Franciso panorama with full moon

When Is the Spring Equinox? And How Can You Celebrate It in the Bay Area?

A super blue blood moon rises on the right side of the image, above the landscape of Pinnacles National Park. The image is full of pinkish and blueish tones of the dusk sky.

From Total Eclipses to Meteor Showers, the 2022 Dates Stargazers Should Know

Thousands of Asteroids Orbit Near Earth. NASA's Next-Gen Spotter Helps Protect Us

People walk their dogs along a narrow road as the first winter frost blankets the fields.

Winter Solstice is Here. Here Are Ways to Celebrate The Shortest Day of the Year

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