Nobody ever wants to see a gigantic moon dropping from the sky. In this video shared by NASA, special lens make the phenomenon look startlingly real.
A mini strawberry moon will light up the sky on June 9. Although no special features, the strawberry moon signals the start of harvesting season as coined by the Native Americans.
The pink full moon peaked Monday at 2:00 am but it will still be visible until Tuesday. Waking up in the middle of the night is essential for those who want to witness its glory.
April's full moon -- dubbed the "Pink Moon" -- gets it intriguing name from the season, not its color. Find out more about this intriguing full moon here.
The world will witness the pink full moon this April. But experts warn that there would be no difference with the appearance of the moon. It is called as such to signify the blooming period of a spring flower called wild ground phlox.
Three cosmic events light up (or darken) the sky on the last day of the week.
Prepare for a spectacle as a Supermoon – the biggest and brightest in almost 70 years – graces the Monday night sky. Here are stunning supermoon photos taken by people all over the world.
NASA senior photographer and a UK astrophotographer shared tips on how to photograph the supermoon like a pro.
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.
NASA says the supermoon this Nov. 14 will be the biggest this century.
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.
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.
A penumbral lunar eclipse and a full harvest moon will occur at the same time on Sept. 16 for the second year in a row.
To signal the end of summer and start of autumn this year, the Harvest Moon will rise this Sept. 16. The Harvest Moon is also dubbed as the Pumpkin Moon because of its color. Here are fast facts you should know about this rare occurence.