There’s a rare ‘blue moon’ on Friday, a fitting wink to Neil Armstrong by the cosmic calendar. That’s the day of a private service for Armstrong, who died last Saturday in Ohio at age 82.
Saturday marks 43 years since Neil Armstrong took his historic first steps on the Moon, and that moment will be celebrated at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas.
Sunrises and sunsets often dazzle, but they’ll have a special ring to them in a few days for people in the western United States and eastern Asia, as the moon will slide across the sun.
There is a total lunar eclipse coming early Saturday morning. A research scientists from NASA explains why this rare event is so special.
On Saturday the moon will be the closest to the earth it ever gets—about 221,000 miles. And for some the lunar mystery is both physical—and metaphysical.
TINY CHANCE OF A STORM LATER TONIGHT It would appear that the chance of getting any rain tonight in most of North Texas is zero. However, a cold front has made it down to near […]
Today Ernie reflects on Space Program.