A prominent astrologer says the March 19 'supermoon' will cause earthquakes and volcanoes. He's wrong, but the idea isn't so crazy.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 17 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say a phenomenon called an "exteme supermoon" could create abnormally high tides as the moon makes its closest approach to Earth in 18 years.
... . because of sandbars that were exposed in a particularly low tide. But for the most part, the supermoon simply looked superb ...
The new moon will make a close approach to Earth Tuesday, giving rise to a nearly invisible "supermoon," astronomers say.
The bright supermoon this weekend could wash out the fainter eta Aquarid meteor display.
Have no fear of the supermoon this Saturday. Earth can handle its slightly-stronger-than-normal gravitational pull.
May's skywatching treats start with a supermoon and end with a solar eclipse.
... one of the natural world's most spectacular light shows: a supermoon, when the planet appears startlingly large and awesomely ...
Dutch astronaut Andre Kuipers snapped amazing photos of the May 5 "supermoon" from the International Space Station.
A supermoon looms, a solar flare erupts, and night-shining clouds glow in this week's best space pictures.
Tne 2012 supermoon puts a stunning spotlight on star trails over field of flowers.
... today, many searching for information about earthquakes, tsunamis, and the SuperMoon phenomenon. Just to be clear, the Moon did ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Assistant Professor Sarah Symons explains some of the out-of-this-world activity happening in space.
In a new paper, astronomers claim that a rare alignment of the Earth, moon and sun caused extreme tides that dislodged the iceberg that sunk the Titanic 100 years ago.
As the moon swung very close to Earth—and the sun fell in line—the resulting pull might have sent icebergs on a collision course in 1912.