It's not exactly a meteor, but you'll still be able to catch it zooming across the night sky.
The telescope sports much more sensitive sensors than its predecessors, which it uses to capture images across an extremely wide field-of-view.
The light phenomenon was not alone on Sunday night.
This really is seeing the red planet in a truly different light.
It all stems from giant yet mysterious structures under Africa and the Pacific.
David Grusch claims the government has been lying to Americans for decades about what it has really found.
The Statue of Liberty, the Ely Cathedral and Stonehenge all got to see the deep orange moon.
We've all been lying to ourselves (kind of).
Those lucky enough to catch the night sky must've felt the stars aligned.
But before you ask, it's nothing to do with wizards, witches or magic.