SuperMoon


In case you missed it last night, you’ll have to wait until 2029 to see it again.  I stayed up past my bed time to photograph the super “perigee moon”–the biggest in almost 20 years.  The last time the moon was this close to the earth was 1993, and the next one will appear in 2029. At perigee, the moon is 14% larger and 30% brighter than average. You can read more about Supermoon on Wikipedia.  They also have a photograph there from last night, but I think mine is better (be sure to click mine to see the larger image).

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