8 Aug 2022, 09:17 UTC · By: Tim McKenzie / The final super-moon of the year will occur on August 11 and coincide with the Perseids meteor shower reducing the visibility of the celestial show
11 Jul 2022, 02:14 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / Watch out tomorrow for what it considered the biggest and brightest full moon of this year, but keep in mind the warnings
15 Apr 2022, 20:20 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / April's full Moon, known as the Pink Moon, will shine bright for three days in a row, from Friday morning until Monday morning
16 Feb 2022, 00:14 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / This week, we're in for an incredible spectacle. Tomorrow (Feb. 16) comes with a full Snow Moon that will light up the winter sky
17 Dec 2021, 06:16 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / The last full moon before the winter solstice will rule the sky for more than 14 hours while the Sun is down, making Saturday night the longest full moon night
15 Nov 2021, 05:49 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / This week we'll witness a historic event - the partial lunar eclipse will last longer than any other lunar eclipse this entire century
19 Oct 2021, 06:47 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / On Wednesday, October 20th, we're getting treated to a big celestial event: the full Hunter's moon will illuminate the night sky, outshining the Orionids
17 Sep 2021, 21:40 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / The next full moon will appear on Monday evening, and you shouldn't miss it, because there won't be anything like it for the rest of the year.
20 Aug 2021, 05:02 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / This month, we get the chance to see not only a rare and special kind of full moon, but also two planets that will shine extra brightly.
23 Jul 2021, 07:02 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / Depending on when you are, you can watch the full moon tonight or tomorrow, but be warned - this unusual moon has an important message.
24 May 2021, 12:03 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / Buckle up! We are treated to a total lunar eclipse that's settling into a Super Flower Blood. This marks a triple celestial event on the Wednesday's night sky
26 Apr 2021, 19:48 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / The first Super Pink Moon will shine bright on Monday, April 26th, at 11:32 p.m. EDT so get your cameras ready because the event will last for about three days.