A group of six very cool Russian women have locked themselves in a fake space ship in an attempt to study what an eight-day all-female mission to the moon might do to a person psychologically and physically.
As the clock ticks over to 12:11am (EDT) tonight, the world will experience the first full honey moon on Friday the 13th in almost 100 years. It will appear golden and huge in the sky, so pay attention because it will not happen again until June 2098. Also, remember to watch out for werewolves too.
Last night's full moon isn't the reason you had mind-blowing sex or terrible cramps. It's not the reason you lost your keys or got a C- on that paper. Those were just occurrences that randomly happened on the same night that there was a full moon. I know, it's a total bummer, I thought the moon was magic, too.
In the whimsical, mid-20th century past when America was enjoying a post-war money bath in gold it collectively won from the Nazis, people thought that colonizing the moon and flying around in Jetson cars was surely an imminent reality. Space travel and fancy gadgets would be great and all, but some companies realized…
The full moon rises behind statues of angels fixed at the St. Isaak's Cathedral in St.Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, May 5, 2012. Saturday's event, or "Supermoon Palooza," marked the time when the moon would be closest to Earth. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
Hey, everybody, have you heard the good news? If Newt Gingrich is elected president, we can all go live on the moon! Cool…wait, what? Yep, here's what the man said earlier today:
CBS News reports that 74-year-old Joann Davis was nabbed in sting operation when she tried to sell moon dust to undercover government agents at a California Denny's. "Moon dust" here isn't some pithy senior citizen slang for meth but an actual piece of moon rock encased in a paperweight that Davis claims her husband,…
Tonight, for the first time since 1378, a total lunar eclipse of a full moon falls on the winter solstice. OMFGWTFBBQ! What does it mean?
Charles Schulz's family has donated a Snoopy statue to Florida's Kennedy Space Center to commemorate the 40th anniversary of a lunar module named for Schulz's character entering the moon's orbit during the Apollo 10 mission.