A supermoon is when a full moon occurs while the Moon is near its closest approach to Earth.
When the Moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s a sign that it is reaching perigee.
The hunter's moon lights up the sky with red and orange hues every year less than a month after the autumn equinox.
2016 has been a total garbage year, but there is some consolation—tonight and tomorrow night we're getting treated to a rare Hunter's Moon, which only happens when the moon's orbit angles narrower to the horizon. [ more › ]
What’s a Hunter’s Moon? The first full moon after the Harvest Moon, which is the full moon rising closest to the Autumnal equinox. Swoon over the big and bold Hunter’s Moon on October 16, then follow this astronomical sighting with ...