NASA released a list of its favorite images from 2016. With the uncertainty that the new administration is bringing, looking back at the successful missions of 2016 brings hope to NASA scientists and the public alike.
The December Supermoon, the final lunar event of the year, has been expected by people around the globe. The supermoon or "cold moon" happened on Tuesday and stargazers took this opportunity to snap great photographs of the rare celestial event. Here are some astonishing photos of the highly anticipated December supermoon taken from different parts of the world.
Two eye-watering spectacles will battle it out for attention this week as the final supermoon and the year and the peak of the much awaited Geminid meteor shower will try to outshine each other.
Excited to see the peak of the upcoming Geminid meteor shower? Do not get your hopes up just yet as the December supermoon might interfere with it as the two celestial events will happen exactly at the same time.
"The meteors tend to be particularly bright, prolific, and reliable, and they can leave long persistent trails through the night sky."
The last supermoon for 2016 will illuminate the skies this December. Here’s what to expect from this month’s supermoon and where it can be seen.
The December night sky will be a fascinating display of stars, moons and planets. Here’s a guide to this month’s astronomical events.
The biggest supermoon in the last 70 years was spotted last Nov. 14, but some say a strange light was accompanying the Earth's satellite that UFO hunters believe to be a UFO sighting.
Senior NASA photographer Bill Ingalls is true to his words when he said photographing the supermoon near an iconic point of reference will yield a stunning result.
On November 14, the whole world all looked up to the sky to get a good look at the majestic November supermoon or beaver moon, which is said to be the biggest one in 69 years. However, apart from the stunning photos of the full moon, alien hunters also spotted something peculiar even days before -- two alleged UFOs swiftly passing by the moon.
A few hours ago, people across the globe laid await outside of their homes hoping to get a peak of the "Supermoon." According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA, there would be three "supermoon" events in the tail-end of 2016.
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.
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.