April 26 is the first supermoon of the year.
Sea level is still rising, and when that lunar cycle starts upward again, it will mean double trouble for places like Miami.
Uncle Segar is an expert on many things including the land, sea and sky. This knowledge is then captured in his artworks.
According to Google Trends, Moon-related searches are up by more than 60% over the past week in Australia. We asked an expert in astrophysics to answer your Moon questions.
The effects of the pandemic and recent engineering concerns with the new and still unflown Space Launch System may delay the Artemis programme.
The Moon is not only a guide to the best time to fish and plant food, it also provides evidence of a long connection between the people on different islands in the Torres Strait.
Young fish need to find food to grow, but avoid being eaten themselves. That dance for survival is linked to moonlight, which has implications for fisheries management everywhere.
SpaceX is due to test fly its Starship in the coming days.
Who cares what happens to bootprints on the Moon? All humans should. And thankfully the US Congress and president agree.
Over the coming decade, the arrival of constellations of small satellites will reshape the space industry. It constitutes a paradigm shift, particularly in terms of data gathering and processing.
Starship's groundbreaking design will help it land safely on Mars one day.
Gray mouse lemurs are more closely related to humans than mice. They also have the ability to hibernate, and researchers are hoping to learn how to transfer that ability to humans.
Companies and space agencies alike will have to compete for very few useful sites on the Moon.
Some people are nervous about China's growing capabilities when it comes to space exploration.
How solar power stations in orbit could become a reality in the coming decades.
How a series of spoof newspaper reports from America became the cradle of science fiction.
Researchers have long suspected there's water - or ice, to be precise - on the Moon. New research now confirms it, and suggests it lurks in sun-starved nooks and crannies called 'cold traps'.
Two new studies significantly advance our understanding of water on the Moon and where to find it.
Radio telescopes are incredibly sensitive to phone network interference.
The Earth's magnetic field was most likely weaker when life evolved on our planet than it is today.