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.
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.
From the Canary Islands to Finland to China, Crave readers and other luna-tics captured the full moon at perigee over the weekend.
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.
An amateur photographer shares how he captured beautiful images of the supermoon using his iPhone and a telescope.
Moongazers the world over were in awe of Saturday's shining, shimmering lunar showing. Lucky for us, they took pictures.
Today sees the so-called supermoon. And the scientists at NASA have produced a new video to reassure those who think it is a foreboding of disaster.
This collection of satellite images shows historical ruins, tiny sea animals, and a giant rubber duckie, just for starters.
March 19 sees the moon come very close to Earth, a phenomenon sometimes called a supermoon. Some say supermoons often coincide with disasters; others pooh-pooh a causal link.
The super perigee moon will be nearly as close as last year's eye-popping spectacle. No calamities predicted.