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It's not everyday you can have a live ringside seat to a spacecraft entering a robot around another planet.
Be on the lookout for celebrations in the D.C. area and beyond.
A supermoon Sunday will compete with the ongoing Perseid meteor shower for top billing with sky watchers.
WTOP columnist Greg Redfern visited Shenandoah National Park this past Friday to discuss asteroids and comets.
On this day, WTOP columnist Greg Redfern remembers the 1969 moon landing.
Mercury and Venus will be close to one another in the early morning skies over the next few days.
The thunderstorms got pretty strong in parts of the WTOP listening area on Wednesday night.
Are we alone? July 2 is World UFO Day and seeks to answer that question as people gather together to watch the skies for unidentified flying objects.
Once they get it, the results are unbelievable.
The annual Astronomy Festival on the National Mall begins at 6 p.m. tonight.
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