Also known as the fruit or barley moon or the corn moon, the harvest moon will appear full for around three days starting Monday night.
American white pelicans are winging their way through the state right now as they take a route on their annual winter migration to the Gulf Coast.
The first private, all-civilian crew to go into orbit is back home on Earth.
SpaceX's Inspiration4 mission is targeting a five-hour launch window on Wednesday, September 15, opening at 8:02 p.m. EDT from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Funding for the project reportedly comes from investors ranging from Climate Capital to Winklevoss twins.
Prices start at $50 for members and go up to $200.
More than 750 cases of the bird illness have been reported in 76 Indiana counties. Symptoms include crusty eyes and neurological problems.
The Southern and Northern lights pulled off spectacular shows in the skies over Tasmania and Alaska earlier this week.
The viral video was taken at Yellowstone National Park.
"Gator tried to eat my board. Someone has been feeding him and made him very dangerous. He was a big boy," she captioned one of the videos.
The Shedd Aquarium is seeking volunteers to help clean up Chicago's beaches and shorelines throughout September.
Author Lee McIntyre expounds on lessons from his new book, "How to Talk to a Science Denier."
A Reno, Nevada man captured a hypnotizing timelapse of his pet tarantula molting at his home on Aug. 19.
Scientists have discovered a previously unconsidered link between the length of daytime and the oxygen levels on Earth. Their theory was inspired by what they found at the bottom of Lake Huron.
Landscape expert Connie Rivera dishes out some tips for better gardening this fall in the Chicago area.
When a truck carrying up to 50 million bees crashed Up North, it unleashed a fury as millions of bees buzzed around the truck.
The carcass of a black bear was discovered along a northern Indiana road on Wednesday, according to state wildlife officials.
Jupiter reaches its biggest and brightest point in the night sky tonight. Here’s how to view the gas giant.
Chicago's beloved piping plovers, Monty and Rose, have left Chicago for warmer temperatures.
SpaceX boss Elon Musk tweeted Starlink will land humans on the moon "probably sooner" than 2024.