Still Time to See Comet PanSTARRS
If you thought you had missed a glimpse of Comet PanSTARRS when it became visible to northern hemisphere observers around March 10, don't worry, it's still visible with binoculars! Read Blog
What's Up for April
Bright, golden Saturn rises in the late evening early in the month. Look low in the southeast below Virgo's bright star Spica. Download Video
What's Up for March
The first of this year's two potential bright comets is visible for those who can see low on the western horizon, and find out which spacecraft is on a 10-year mission to catch up with another comet. Download Video
What's Up for February?
1 February 2013
On February 15 a small asteroid named 2012 DA-14 will whiz by, only 17,200 miles from Earth. It doesn't pose any threat to us, but it is sure to create a buzz around the world. Download Video
Jane is an astronomer, NASA science podcast developer, writer, educational and outreach artisan
and social media enthusiast. She and her husband have an asteroid
named after them. She's also the human behind the @CassiniSaturn Twitter Account.