So as we wind down April we are presented with a Super Moon. It happens tonight and will be at full strength at about 10:30 pm. Skies look to be relatively clear so it should be a good night for a moon watch. Supermoons appear bigger and brighter in the sky because they are slightly closer to Earth. What qualifies as a supermoon can vary, but there are generally two to four moons that meet the threshold within a given year. Under some definitions, April’s will be one of four supermoons in a row, including last month’s “worm” moon and two more expected in May and June. According to NASA, all publications agree that at least the April and May moons fit the classification. Enjoy the view.
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