This is exactly how big the supermoon is going to be tomorrow

Everyone's talking about tomorrow's supermoon—how big, bright, and beautiful it will be. It's always the same. But how big is it going to be, exactly? This image shows how much the moon size varies in the sky from its perigee (it's closest point to Earth) to its apogee (the furthest point from Earth.) » 9/08/14 9:57am 9/08/14 9:57am

Show Us Your Photos of Last Night's Glorious Supermoon

Last night was the first of what's about to be the Summer of the Supermoon, which is exhausting for werewolves and absolutely spectacular for everyone else. There's already quite a few photos popping up, so we're asking you, dear readers, to show us the most beautiful photos you took of last night's circular show. » 7/13/14 1:04pm 7/13/14 1:04pm

Tonight's Supermoon Will Be Almost as Glorious as Next Month's

Have you heard? There's gonna be a Supermoon tonight! It's a very cool sight to see, especially on a clear night. But it's way more common than you might think. In fact, the next three full moons this summer will be Supermoons. And astronomers are kind of puzzled as to why we seem to only notice them at random. » 7/12/14 11:00am 7/12/14 11:00am

The SuperMoon Apocalypse Is Near! (No, Actually It's Not)

On March 19 the Moon will be at its closest point to Earth in 18 years: 356,577 kilometers, according to the perigee and apogee calculator. Naturally, this means that WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE in a clusterfuck of mad hurricanes, raging volcanos, furious tsunamis and mad earthquakes. Why? Because some people have used… » 3/08/11 10:47am 3/08/11 10:47am