Supermoon 2012: Reactions and photos, May 5
By Jason Samenow The full moon rises behind statues of angels fixed at the St. Isaak's Cathedral in St.Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, May 5, 2012 (Dmitry Lovetsky – AP) Overview: The occurrence of the Supermoon, up to 30 percent brighter and appearing
It's Supermoon Saturday, and Twitter is abuzz with tweets and twitpics of our moon captured from nearly every angle. Some people will look at the moon tonight and think "What's the big deal?" But let's be honest—it's not about the moon being slightly
On May 5th, there will be a full moon. This will be the brightest and biggest of the year about 16 percent brighter than you would normally see. The moon is at perigee and by definition will be at the closest point to Earth it will
Many of us are interested this weekend in the Supermoon phenomenon. The full moon on Saturday night (tonight) will be especially brilliant and the most spectacular of the year as it occurs when the moon passes closer to
Supermoon Saturday has come and gone. But supermoon photos are still here for those who missed seeing the dazzling lunar display in person and those who simply want to see how things looked elsewhere in the world.