The Moon is one of the most familiar celestial bodies in the sky that we're all accustomed to. However, you can never get bored of observing our natural satellite, as its appearance is constantly changing. The Moon can be full and new, waxing and waning, a thin crescent or a fully-illuminated disk. Once in a while, it can even become a Supermoon, or a Blood Moon! Each month's Full Moon has its own peculiar names given to it by different cultures: Wolf Moon, Strawberry Moon, Worm Moon, and so on. The Moon can also get close to bright planets in the sky which is always a spectacular sight. Here, you'll find useful tips on when it's best to observe the Moon in the sky and learn lots of fun facts about our natural satellite.
September 2023: What Planet is Next to the Moon?
What is that bright dot shining near the Moon tonight? Find out about stars and planets that can be seen next to our natural satellite this month!
September Full Moon: Harvest Moon 2023
What is special about the Harvest Moon? Here’s when and how to observe the September Full Moon in 2023!
How Often Is a Blue Moon, and When Is the Next Blue Moon 2023: Blue Moon Calendar
How rare is “once in a Blue Moon”? Discover the true meaning of a Blue Moon and see what to expect when it occurs.
Second Full Moon in August 2023: The Biggest Supermoon This Year
There are two Full Moons in August 2023! Don’t miss the chance to see two Supermoons in one month.
Colors of the Moon
The Moon in the sky can take many shades: orange, gold, and even blood-red. Why does it happen? And what is the real color of our natural satellite? Take this quiz to learn more about the changing colors of the Moon.
Supermoon 2023: Why Is The Moon So Big Tonight?
Supermoon – is it worth the hype? 🌕 Find out if the big Moon in the sky is a Supermoon and how extraordinary this event is.
Full Moon July 2023: The First Supermoon This Year
Stargazers, get ready! 🤩 On July 3, 2023, we’ll see the first Super Full Moon of the year! 🌕 Learn all the important facts about the event.
Supermoons & Micromoons
What is a Supermoon and a Micromoon? When to observe our natural satellite at its biggest and brightest? Take a look at this infographic to find it out!
Full Moon in June 2023: Strawberry Moon
On June 4, 2023, the Full Strawberry Moon will occur. Learn how to observe the Strawberry Moon and why it's called so.
The Brightest Deep Sky Objects in June 2023
This June, observe faraway star clusters and see the Moon and planets meeting deep-sky objects! Read on not to miss the beauty. 🌌