A supermoon is a full moon that is closer to Earth than average. This November, the full moon or supermoon will be the biggest and brightest since 1948. Find out where, when and how to see November’s supermoon.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has begun the second phase of its PANGAEA field training for the astronauts’ future missions to the Red Planet.
The planet Uranus is another interesting object in the Solar System because of its strange rings. But a recent study suggests that it's not the only surprising thing about the planet as there were signs of two hidden moons uncovered.
Stargazers and astronomy enthusiasts might not be able to enjoy the full spectacular view of the Orionid meteor shower due to the overpowering brightness of the moon.
Photobomb! The moon is set to pass across the Aldebaran star and photobomb its glory. The moon will occult or pass by and photobomb Aldebaran this Tuesday until Wednesday.
The moon's surface is constantly changing, as a new study suggests. This was proven by recent impact craters formed in the last seven years.
Japan's space agency released to the public all the stunning images and videos of the Earth and the moon captured by the Kaguya spacecraft from 2007 to 2009.
Cassini data revealed ocean deep below Dione's icy exterior.
Two lesser photographed among Saturn's moon was captured by Cassini in their orbit near the planet's massive rings.
A rare lunar event will rise in the night sky this Friday called Black Moon.
A new study suggests that the moon was once part of the Earth and that it tore apart from the planet during an interplanetary collision 4.5. billion years ago.
The Russian space agency announced its plan to launch a manned mission to the moon and starts simulating lunar landing.
The European Space Agency (ESA) plans to work with the Russian space program in exploring the moon.
NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission is one of the most ambitious projects ever conceived by the agency, and it is believed to be “an important step” for getting humans to Mars.
A team of geologists from the University of Tokyo has made a surprising discovery. In their study, Suguru Yabe and Yoshiyuki Tanaka state that the full moon can trigger enormous earthquakes. They found strong evidence after examining three separate databases on large scale seismic activities.