“A rising tide lifts all boats,” goes the idiom popularized, though not coined, by John F. Kennedy. By that logic, the current presidential cycle has been like a supermoon for political satires, a race so surreal and rancorous as to make greying comedy writers regret their retirements. Show More Summary
If you're big on astrology, you may believe the celestial bodies play a major role in your romantic life. Couple Justine and Aaron tracked the moon cycle closely and synchronized their nuptials with last year's September supermoon. "It...Show More Summary
The world is ending today: freak supermoon, eclipse and asteroid on same day ’signal end of world’. The Spite House, an Architectural Phenomenon Built on Rage and Revenge. This 1953 Film Perfectly Explains How Mechanical ComputersShow More Summary
If you're a night owl who loves stargazing, 2016 is going to be a busy year for you. This year is packed full of remarkable sights — including three supermoons, two eclipses, and dozens of meteor showers. Some of them you'll need a telescope...Show More Summary
2015 was a big year for moon viewing and 2016 will be even more eventful. So before we look forward to this year's Supermoon, let's go back to the '80s and revisit another great lost lunar viewing with Martha Davis and Tell It To The Moon.
Seemingly overnight, we've entered an era where king tides compete with hurricanes in the water level record books.
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Look up at the sky tomorrow night, Sunday, October 11, and you’ll be able to see Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun. At a basic level, Uranus will be visible for the same reason that we had a supermoon eclipse last month. Uranus will be “at opposition” from the Sun. Show More Summary
Hunka Hunka Burnin’ Planet You may have been pretty relieved when we dodged the Mormon Apocalypse last week, what with the supermoon lunar eclipse not ushering in any Utah-destroying earthquakes or United Nations invasions. Well, wouldn’t...Show More Summary
NASA's New Horizons captured this high-resolution enhanced-color view of Charon just before closest approach on July 14, 2015. The image combines blue, red, and infrared images taken by the spacecraft’s Ralph/Multispectral Visual Imaging Camera (MVIC). Show More Summary
Lynn Longos traveled with three friends to the Lake Los Angeles area, about 10 miles east of Lancaster, to photograph the Sept. 27 supermoon lunar eclipse. "We had a small window to actually shoot the moon since it disappeared into the clouds for a long while," she said. For more of Longos' photos,...
Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month including an eclipse of a supermoon, Medal of Honor recipients visiting Boston, a 90-year-old’s trek up Mt. Washington, and the start of the Patriots regular...Show More Summary
Everyone likes to talk about the supermoon, but it really isn't that special. Here's why. The post The Supermoon Isn’t Super. It’s Just the Moon appeared first on WIRED.
The frustrations, foibles, and payoffs of shooting in the dark from a mile away.
It's the perfect lamp to listen to Dark Side of the Moon under. The next one might not be scheduled until 2033, but if Sunday's supermoon lunar eclipse just whet your appetite, you might consider this lamp for your living room. (If it...Show More Summary
Sunday's wondrous supermoon — seen across the world as a remarkable, historical red lunar eclipse — was actually a deadly force for iconic wildlife in Africa. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Sunday’s Super Blood Moon turned out to be literally bloody — and deadly — for six rhino at Hluhluwe Game Reserve in South Africa. The carcasses of six rhino were Read More The post Six Rhino Were Killed During the Supermoon Eclipse appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Many locations along the UK, US and Australian coasts will experience their highest tides for tens of years around September 29 or 30. Coastal roads in Miami, for instance, have already been closed in anticipation of exceptional tides. Read more...
The late-night comics aren't that impressed with what NASA has to offer these days.
The late-night comics aren't that impressed with what NASA has to offer these days. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.