More mysteries surrounding the moon finally explained.
Scientists finally explains the bull's eye found on the surface of the moon.
New study explains how the ring shaped craters are formed on the moon.
Lunar craters may hold the key to learning more about the Earth's history, particularly the dinosaur extinction.
Giant star Aldebaran has experienced another lunar occultation. And it's somehing every astronomy enthusiast should not miss.
Photographer Ben Gwynne captured a rare astronomical phenomena called a 'moonbow,' a rainbow that is a product of moon light reflected by water droplets instead of sunlight.
A recent study has found that new moon craters are forming more frequently than scientists had previously estimated.
Get to know more the Earth's moon on the International Observe Moon Night and in-depth information provided by NASA.
New research suggests that lunar soil, particularly in the dark and cold regions of the Moon, can accumulate charged particles and generate mini sparks. But how are they affecting the lunar surface?
A new research from the University of Tokyo has suggested a correlation between recent big earthquakes and periods of high tidal stress changes, occurring during new or full Moon.
A new study has challenged the widely accepted Giant-Impact Hypothesis. Based on the chemical composition of the Moon, the study supports the fact that there was a much more violent explosion than we earlier thought.