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Lunar perigee

When a lunar perigee meets a lunar eclipse.
The moon will become full as of 2:09 p.m. ET Sunday, but don't worry about that pesky sun blocking your view—it will continue looking bright and full through Sunday evening into Monday early morning.
Despite John Fogerty's warnings, the SUPERMOON on the rise was not a portent of the coming apocalypse, but rather an opportunity for awesome photos.
This weekend, the moon will be at its closest point to Earth at the same time that it is full, an event scientists call a "lunar perigee," or as we like to howl, SUPERMOON.
This weekend, the moon will be at its closest point to Earth at the same time that it is full, an even known as a “lunar perigee,” or as it's better know, SUPERMOON.
ytf's flickr In a little over two weeks, on March 19,
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