Hint: It won’t actually be pink.
The biggest supermoon of the year was quite the sight Tuesday.
Here's how to see February's full moon — part of a trio of supermoons opening 2019.
Sunday's celestial event was the last total lunar eclipse before 2021.
The total lunar eclipse will be visible from coast to coast in the United States.
NASA is calling it a "lunar trifecta."
On New Year's Day the full moon coincided with its point in orbit closest to Earth, creating a jaw-dropping supermoon.
A breathtaking way to begin the year.
2018's biggest supermoon will be followed at the end of January by a "super blue blood moon."
A fittingly dramatic end to the year.