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Perigee Full Moon Rising

If the moon appears larger this weekend, there is a good reason why!
The moon will appear larger and brighter for the next few days, in fact appearing larger than for almost 20 years.

The event is called a perigee moon; i.e. when the moon is closest to earth and orbit. It's going to be about 49889 thousand kilommetres closer than when it's farthest away, meaning it will appear larger and brighter than it has since March 1993.



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