The best way to preserve the historic supermoon happening on Nov. 14 is to take good images of it when it happens. Experts say there are sure ways to capture good ones.
Aside from naming it the "Beaver Moon," native Americans also called in the "Frost Moon," the "White Moon," the "Milk Moon" and "the Flower Moon."
The year 2016 has been full of surprises, from political to space issues, but with only two months until it ends, the 2016 skies will give aficionados a spectacle of a lifetime. After the supermoon on Oct. 14, two more will come in November and December, the former being one of the biggest supermoons in 69 years.
NASA senior photographer and a UK astrophotographer shared tips on how to photograph the supermoon like a pro.
China’s Long March-5 rocket has recently made its maiden voyage into near-Earth orbit. According to scientists, this rocket alone is powerful enough to land people on the moon.
Cassini's final year in observing the ringed planet Saturn and its moons has proven to be another colorful year. Recently, the spacecraft has seen the summer methane clouds on Saturn's moon Titan.
The supermoon craze is back! This month, stargazing aficionados will get the chance of a lifetime as the supermoon in November will be the biggest in 70 years since 1948.
In the animation shared by NASA, the sun appeared to be shaking as the moon passes in front of it.
NASA says the supermoon this Nov. 14 will be the biggest this century.
NASA needs information on instruments, tools and technologies that will be helpful for its lunar mission launching in the next few years.
A unique kind of "Black Moon," the third of four new moons in one season will happen in August 21, 2017. It will mark the first total solar eclipse since the year 1918.
There's a new alternative model explaining how the moon got to its position today and it's different than previously thought.
NASA released a shorter animation of the lunar transit that caused a partial solar eclipse last Sunday. Oct. 30.
Scientists are looking at data from NASA’s GRAIL mission to know more about one of the moon’s biggest impact craters.
A new study published in the journal Nature reveals that the mysterious tilt on the moon's orbit could be caused by an angled impact millions of years ago. The giant impact vaporized most of ancient Earth, and have resulted to the creation of the moon.