Little Things 134 : Supermoon Attacks 2

Another supermoon guys,
"Thanks to coincidental timing of the moon being at its closest approach to Earth for 2014, at 356,896 km away, while in its full phase this week our planet’s companion will appear 16% larger and 30% brighter than usual." 

"In 2014 there are 3 supermoons : on July 12, August 10, and September 9, when the moon becomes full on the same day as perigee. Such tight timing won’t occur again until 2034. "

"The best time to catch all the action is just after your local sunset on Sunday, just as the full moon begins to rise."
Remember last year's romantic supermoon faded with our worst case of jerebu?

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