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Happy Supermoon! Celebrate lunar largeness as a planetary holiday
So does the supermoon mean that you're going to reckon it over a gargantuan, insanely sharp moon in the sky tonight? Not really. But it will appear about 12 percent larger than when it's at the far away point of its orbit, as it was on June 9. And, despite what
If there's ever a night to let the moon hit your eye like a huge pizza pie, it's amore tonight. If you go stare into the abyss over head this evening, you'll be treated to a supermoon,
Though journalists can't resist hyping lunar largeness, Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks the space event known as the super moon has been severely overblown. In video uploaded to YouTube on
This Sunday, June 23rd, the moon will be closer to earth than at any point during the year. It just so happens that on Sunday the moon will be full, too, making what is commonly known as a 'Supermoon' which if there are no
The moon rises above the Jefferson Memorial. The larger-than-normal moon, called a “supermoon,” happens only once this year. It is at its closest point to Earth and is 13.5 percent larger than usual. Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post. Related Content.