For sky gazers in the Northern Hemisphere, an excellent opportunity is coming up to see a fantastic light show in the sky by way of the annual Perseid meteor shower.
a meteorite that struck the Moon, causing an explosion that could be seen here on Earth.
If you haven't had the chance to see the Lyrid meteor shower this year, or couldn't see anything because you live in less than optimal viewing conditions, don't worry.
Stargazers, get ready for one heck of a light show, courtesy of Mother Nature.
The first meteor shower of 2013 will make its final appearance overnight tonight.
The first meteor shower of the New Year might have to difficult to view due to the moon as it peaks overnight on Jan. 3.
The first meteor shower of 2013 starts this week.
The meteorite that lit up the skies in California and Nevada last spring apparently left an impression in more ways than one.
The Geminid meteor shower has finally arrived.
A spectacular meteor shower will light up the skies on Thursday night.
The Geminid meteor shower is set to make its 2012 debut tonight.
The final meteor shower of 2012 is expected to peak Thursday night.
Next Thursday starts the final meteor shower of 2012 with Geminid.
The final meteor shower of 2012 is set to happen with the Geminid meteor shower
Leonid meteors lit the night sky during a peak showing in the early hours of Saturday and will do so again early Tuesday morning.