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Past articles by Jason:

5 Planets Will Be Visible To The Naked Eye This Weekend

We’ve all seen pictures of the planets in textbooks or models of our solar system in museums, but this weekend, everyone will have a chance to see five planets in the night sky. ... → Read More

A Full ‘worm Moon’ Is Happening This Month—here’s What That Means

This is a major sign of spring! → Read More

A Full ‘Snow Moon’ Is Coming This Weekend

Bundle up and step outside to see it! → Read More

GMC Is Making An Electric Hummer Super Truck With 1,000 Horsepower

The former gas-guzzler is now a powerful, eco-friendly vehicle! → Read More

There Will Be 13 Full Moons, 2 Supermoons And 1 Blue Moon In 2020—here’s How You Can See Them All

This will be an interesting year! → Read More

Get Ready For A Big, Bright ‘hunter’s Moon’ On Oct. 13

This will make October even spookier! → Read More

A Rare ‘micromoon’ Will Make For An Extra-spooky Friday The 13th

This is going to be cool! → Read More

The Farmers’ Almanac Winter Weather Outlook Is Here

Find out how much cold and snow may be headed your way! → Read More

How To Watch The Perseid Meteor Shower This Month

You may have to stay up late to catch this night sky spectacular this year. → Read More

Here’s When You Can See The Super Blood Wolf Moon

Just the sound of “Super Blood Wolf Moon” sounds impressive. It’s what everyone is calling the only total lunar eclipse of 2019, happening on the night of Jan. 20, and there’s a reason it has such a cool name: This singular event is actually three separate events, all happening simultaneously. → Read More

How To See The ‘Christmas Comet’ When It Passes Close To Earth This Weekend

Right in between the end of Hanukkah and Christmas, observers will be able to witness a holiday miracle of the astronomical kind. The very small Comet 46P/Wirtanen is currently flying through space faster than Santa’s sleigh, getting closer to Earth with every passing moment. On Dec. 16 at 8:06 a.m. → Read More

This Map Shows Your Chances Of A White Christmas

Dreaming of a fresh coat of fluffy snow on the ground Christmas morning? It may still be too early to tell whether or not you’ll experience this small Christmas miracle, but you can find out what your overall chances are based on historical weather data. The National Weather Service looked → Read More

Thanksgiving Forecast: Here’s What’s In Store For The Country

Here’s another reason to give thanks this Thursday: The weather pattern on Thanksgiving Day is shaping up to be a rather docile one. All the active weather is most likely happening in the days leading up to the holiday, and even then, most of that weather is limited to parts → Read More

A Meteor Shower Will Be The Real Treat This Halloween—No Tricks About It

The Southern Taurids meteor shower arrives every year in late September and lasts until Mid-November, peaking at the end of October. While the Southern Taurids is a relatively minor meteor shower — lesser known than summer’s Perseids and winter’s Geminids — anyone watching should be able to get a glimpse → Read More

The National Weather Service Is Predicting A Mild Winter For Most Of The U.S.

The Climate Prediction Center, a part of the National Weather Service, is calling for a mild winter for most of the United States. The seasonal forecast is predicting for warmer-than-normal conditions for most of the northern and western United States with the Pacific Northwest and Alaska seeing the biggest difference → Read More

A Heat Wave Revealed Centuries-Old Gardens And Ancient Settlements—All Still Underground

The United Kingdom is coming off a record hot summer that left plants struggling for a drink. Fields that are usually green through the summer faded to yellow and brown, and in some places, the parched grass revealed evidence of ancient ruins and centuries-old gardens still beneath the ground. At Chatsworth → Read More

Here’s What You Need To Know About The Purple Ribbon In The Sky Named ‘Steve’

People have been tracking aurora-like ribbons of purple and white light in the northernmost latitudes since 2015. But according to new research, the celestial phenomenon that’s been lighting up the sky isn’t actually an aurora. Between 2015 and 2016, citizen scientists shared 30 reports of these mysterious lights in online → Read More

The Farmers’ Almanac And Old Farmer’s Almanac Are Forecasting Very Different Winters

The Farmers’ Almanac and the Old Farmer’s Almanac have released their outlooks for the upcoming winter. Yes. It’s already that time of year when we begin panicking about the amount of cold and snow that December, January and February will bring. And while we still have the entire fall season → Read More

Fall Forecast Shows Summer-Like Weather Will Hang Around For Much Of The Country

Fall is less than a month away with its official start on Sept. 22. If the calendar’s not proof enough, the days are getting a little shorter, kids are going back to school and stores are already stocking Halloween supplies. However, one sign of autumn that’s still scarce? Cooler temperatures. → Read More

Mars Will Be Close To Earth On July 31

Mars is about to be the closest it’s been to Earth since 2003, giving us Earthlings the best view of the Red Planet in 15 years. According to Sky & Telescope magazine, the two planets’ centers will only be 35,784,871 miles apart on July 31 at 3:50 a.m. EDT. The → Read More