The moon sets in the early evening, leaving dark skies for the peak nights of the 2015 Lyrid meteor shower. The shower will likely be at its best in the dark hours before dawn on April 22 or with the nod going to April The green line depicts the ecliptic.
Comet Ison "may possibly" have survived encounter with the sun! Travelling at more than 200 miles per second, Ison passed miles above the sun's surface on Thursday evening. despite speculation that it had fizzled out and no signs were seen.
Nova Star Explosion Is Visible to the Naked Eye: Where to Look A dazzling star explosion discovered in the night sky last week is the brightest nova seen from Earth in at least five years and its visible now to the naked eye.
Spooky alignment of quasars across billions of light-years