Don’t skip a final supermoon of a year
January 9, 2016 - Supermoon
A supermoon is a new or full moon that’s during a closest to Earth. The sixth this year is a night of Oct. 26 into a morning. The fifth was an ultra-rare blood moon eclipse.
The moon seemed 14 percent incomparable than normal and coincided with a lunar eclipse. Each year, we design 4 to 6 supermoons, though usually a few coincide with full moons.
Click by to see some-more from a ancestral supermoon:
2015 started with three supermoons in a row, though they were during a start of a lunar cycle when a moon is dimly lit. Not as exciting.
If we skip this week’s show, we won’t be means to see another full moon supermoon until subsequent October.
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