Full moons are an astronomical phenomenon that occur roughly once a month when the Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon.
Full moons are an astronomical phenomenon which occur around once a month, when the Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon.
The full moon on Sunday will also coincide with Jupiter appearing particularly bright and large in the night sky.
A rare seasonal "blue moon" will take place on May 18. The next one won't be until August 2021.
The full moon came within 221,681 miles of Earth.
The full "Hunter's Moon" is in the sky tonight. Here's the meaning behind the name and when you can catch a glimpse.
Aldebaran, the eye of the constellation Taurus, is one of the brightest stars in our skies.
The full moon misses out on being a supermoon by just one day.