Sunday brings us the first full moon of the new spring season in the Northern Hemisphere, bringing a lunar delight named – in part – for Easter. Full story
The largest full moon in more than 18 years – a so-called "supermoon" – did not disappoint eager skywatchers around the world Saturday when it rose, big and bright, into Earth's night sky. Full story
Chris Hayes explains why Saturday's full moon will look bigger and brighter than it has in years.
The full moon will be the closest it's been to earth in nearly 19 years on Saturday--and despite fears of a bad omen, experts say the so-called Supermoon is harmless. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
The brightest full moon of the year is celebrated across Asia with the traditional Harvest Moon or Mid-Autumn Festival. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.
Nov. 3: Thousands of mini torches float along a river near Bangkok, Thailand as part of an annual full moon festival. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown has more details.
Aug. 7: A full moon lights up the skies over Greece as thousands witness the country's ancient archeological sites by moonlight. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown reports.
epa02642019 View of a full perigee moon in the backdrop of a minarette of a mosque, over Karachi city, Pakistan, 19 March 2011. The biggest and closest full moon phase for 18 years could be seen on 19 March 2011 night, when the moon's orbital position was at its closest point to Earth at the same ti
The brightest full moon of the year is pictured between two streetlights in Cologne, western Germany on early March 20, 2011.
The full moon is seen behind a statue standing on the Charles Bridge, early on March 20, 2011, in Prague. The full moon coincided with its closest approach to the Earth, 221,565 miles (356,575 km), making the so-called "super moon" look slightly larger than average.
The full moon is seen behind a bronze statue standing on the left bank of Vltava river on Mala Strana Prague's quarter early on March 20, 2011. The full moon coincided with its closest approach to the Earth, 221,565 miles (356,575 km), making the so-called "super moon" look slightly larger than aver