Meteorologists, scientists, and weather enthusiasts worldwide received the first “fantastically rich” images from the next-gen satellite Monday.
Today, November 14, marks an extraordinary Supermoon. The last time the Moon was this close to Earth was January 1948. And according to a statement from NASA, the next time the Moon will be this close to Earth will be in November 2034. A Full Supermoon looks nearly 7% larger than your average Full Moon due to the proximity to Earth.Read More »