You'll howl at these lovely lunar images, some of our favorite Flickr photos from Saturday's stunning, shimmering mega perigee moon.
A shining, shimmering, splendid mega moon is all set to make a grand debut this evening.
The super perigee moon will be nearly as close as last year's eye-popping spectacle. No calamities predicted.
The perigee full moon, which happens once every 14 months, is happening next weekend and will likely bring with it tales of impending calamity and natural disaster.
It's a great night to be a luna-tic. Watch the perigee full moon here starting at 6 p.m. PDT and send Crave your best shots of the massive moon.
Crave readers and others around the world trained their eyes on the skies over the weekend to capture the biggest satellite show of the year.
Equipped with a video camera, one of NASA's twin lunar spacecrafts reveals a rare glimpse of the far side of the moon.
On the evening of December 13, the peak of the Geminid meteor shower promises a spectacular show of shooting stars.
La Luna is tired of being upstaged by the space rocks that have recently been whizzing their way past Earth, "closer than the moon." So tonight she's putting on a show. Consider this CNET's friendly reminder to look up.
Charged with solar power, this ethereal flotilla of glowing LEDs streamed down the Sumida River to celebrate the beauty of fireflies.