Our little lunar buddy in the sky is showing signs of compression brought about by Earth's gravity.
For the last time until 2033, a 'supermoon' and lunar eclipse coincided, causing our planet to collectively look up in awe.
With the huge supermoon lunar eclipse just one week away, it's time to dust off your small telescopes and binoculars, track down an observatory event or webcast, or draft your invitations for a moon-cake party.
The mission will be launched before 2020 and aims to land a probe on a part of the moon never visible from Earth.
The moon’s cloud stems from impacts of fast-moving dust particles shed by highly eccentric comets.
The celestial show bathed the moon in a reddish tint.
Weather prospects for Wednesday's total lunar eclipse are great for observers hoping to catch a glimpse of the blood moon from around the United States.
The question as to where the majority of moon water came from isn't so straightforward -- it was actually 'baked' via reactions with the solar wind. Continue reading →
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