Supermoon – The Largest Full Moon of the Year – 2013 June 22 23

by Donald Hanson • June 22, 2013 • Newsy JerseyComments (0)1701


The moon will be extra close tonight. The largest full moon of 2013 occurs tomorrow morning but you can also see it tonight. A ‘Supermoon’ is 12 percent larger than a regular full moon and can be seen from anywhere. It also means that the moon can be up to 30 percent brighter. The moon will be at its closest tomorrow morning before it sets.

The picture above is from the Supermoon from 2013. Below is the Supermoon from last year.


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