This is accurately how large a supermoon is going to be tomorrow
September 14, 2014 - Supermoon
Everyone’s articulate about tomorrow’s supermoon—how big, bright, and pleasing it will be. It’s always a same. But how large is it going to be, exactly? This picture shows how most a moon distance varies in a sky from a perigee (it’s closest indicate to Earth) to a round (the farthest indicate from Earth.)
On a comparison shot—made by Catalin Paduraru and featured in NASA’s Astronomy Picture of a Day—you can see a supermoon prisoner on May 5, 2012 on a left, and a micromoon on a right, a full moon during a round prisoner on Nov 28, 2012.