Neil deGrasse Tyson is wrong. It pains me to write it but the world-famous astrophysicist, Director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City and superstar of our field is a Supermoon hater.
Close encounter Supermoons occur roughly once a year, when a full Moon and a lunar perigee (when the satellite is closest to Earth) coincide. Scientists have been struggling to explain adequately—in terms of an optical illusion, say—why...Show More Summary
As if you needed an excuse to stare at the beautiful full moon, tonight our natural satellite will be closer to Earth than at any other point in the year. Bringing you spectacular live high-definition telescope views of the event...
Whaaaaaaat! I cannot believe this shot of last Friday's supermoon. Photo by Michael Holden. Michael Holden [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
I don’t know what to say. SUPERMOON has taken my words this week, and also my WORDS. All I can think of is to vomit up “silk business jazzercise starring the women of Empty Nest,” which is not a phrase I ever expected nor wanted to type in my life. DAMN YOU SUPERMOON. Miley has a Read More...
A few days ago I moved into my new home and was welcomed not only with balloons and adorable hand-drawn banners, but with fireflies, a thunderstorm, and a supermoon... More
Well, what did she think would happen if she swallowed the moon? If the triumph of civil equality in the form of two SCOTUS rulings and the progress signaled by Wendy Davis's filibuster were making you feel proud of your fellow Americans...Show More Summary
Supermoon photos from around the world have emerged in the days since the lunar event took place.
Amazing views of the biggest and brightest full moon we see all year.
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This close-up of the supermoon was taken by Crave reader Sherwin Coelho in the United Kingdom using a Canon PowerShot SX 50 HS Bridge camera. (Credit: Sherwin Coelho) Over the weekend we got as close to our moon as we'll be for the next 14 months. Show More Summary
Once upon a time there lived a beautiful young woman, who flew east through the clouds following a series of vehicular crimes in order to develop a fashion line and a perfume line as well as many other exciting projects. Sadly, far away...Show More Summary
Photographers around the world looked up to the sky this past weekend to capture the "supermoon." This is the phenomenon when the moon makes its closest approach to Earth, appearing 30 percent brighter and about 14 percent larger than a typical full moon. Show More Summary
This year's supermoon sparked a wave of interest in what's happening up above — but there's no reason for that interest to wane just because the moon is waning. Monday night's nearly full moon should look almost as good as it did on Saturday and Sunday night. And by s …
Last night, the moon came as close to the Earth as its elliptical orbit will take it. That means we didn't get just any old moon—we got a ginormous, glowing supermoon that was about 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than normal. Did you get pictures of the bright, shining orb? We want to see them! Read more...
The 2013 Supermoon arrived this weekend – dazzling sky-gazers with an event that won’t happen again until Sept. 28, 2015. There are all sorts of photos and videos of the Read More The post Supermoon Video Captures Gorgeous Rise Over Greece appeared first on Ecorazzi.
On Saturday, underneath an appropriately magical Supermoon, Fleetwood Mac played a slew of classics to a packed Jones Beach. Stevie, Lindsey, Mick and John opened with "Second Hand News" and ended with "Say Goodbye" — but not before a very special "Landslide" dedication to one of New York's own: Jada ... More »
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HOLLYWOOD (CAP) - The so-called "supermoon" that appeared on the horizon last weekend, originally thought to be simply an astronomical phenomenon, was actually the latest in a long string of tie-ins to the Superman movie Man Of Steel, according to Warner Bros. Show More Summary