A Summer of Super Moons ends tonight!

This summer we have been able to enjoy a bath of three super full-moon-light. Saturday 12 July 2014 was the first of three ginormous full moons. The moon varies in size because its orbit. The moon follows an elliptical path around the Earth with one side about 50,000 km closer than the other.

This happened two times on 2014, 12 July and 10 August. And if you haven’t had enough moon bath for the summer, you will be able to see another super full moon tonight 9 September at 2:38am GMT.

Enjoy the last super full moonlight of this summer!!

 

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