Supermoon Over Miami This Weekend To Be Biggest & Brightest
August 7, 2014 - Supermoon
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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – South Florida is in for a astronomical provide this weekend when a second of 3 supermoons this summer will be visible.
The full moon on Aug 10th isn’t like any other full moon we’ve seen this year. This is a “Supermoon,” a closest and largest full moon in 2014.
When a moon is full as it creates a closest pass to Earth, it becomes a “Supermoon,” and will be adult to 31,000 miles closer to Earth than other full moons this year.
According to NASA, this full moon will be 14-percent closer and 30-percent brighter than other full moons of a year.
The systematic tenure for a materialisation is “perigee moon” or a indicate when a Moon is closest to a Earth in a monthly orbit.
The moon will seem most incomparable than normal, generally on a horizon.
Like all full moons, this month’s full moon has many names. It’s famous as a Sturgeon Moon in North America referencing behind to a time in story when sturgeon fish were abundant and easy to locate in a Great Lakes and Hudson Bay.
It’s also famous as a Red Moon, a Green Corn Moon and a Grain Moon.
If we occur to skip a weekend’s supermoon, don’t worry, we will have one some-more possibility to see it this year.
There will also be a supermoon on Sep 8th. The usually disproportion is it won’t seem utterly as large as it will this month.
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