This weekend, the media will proclaim a SuperMoon. You can’t blame them; NASA sent out a press release saying that the Full Moons of July, August and September are all SuperMoons. By that, they meant that the Moon’s monthly closest approach to Earth coincides with the Full Moon – and does so three months in a row.
By this reasoning, we are about to see a SuperMoon. On top of that, it’s the Harvest Moon as well: A harvest SuperMoon. Or a super Harvest Moon. Well, something’s coming up, so let’s see exactly what . . .
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