Earth and its Moon are unique in the Solar System.
The last supermoon of the year, also known as the Sturgeon Moon, occurred on Thursday night and coincided with the peak of the Perseid meteor shower.
The red supergiant Betelgeuse, a colossal star in the Orion constellation, experienced a massive stellar eruption in 2019, the likes of which have never been seen, according to astronomers. The star is still recovering from the blast.
NASA suspects spaghetti-like debris captured by Perseverance's cameras in July is shredded Dacron netting from gear that landed the rover on Mars.
Here's when and how to see the sturgeon supermoon and the Perseid meteor shower, the last supermoon and meteor shower of the summer.