Supermoon v.2.0 | Another One?

In case you missed it last month…

How I See It

Maybe you were one of the fortunate ones last month to see the July Supermoon. My blog post explained quite a bit about it. There were news stories, images, and streaming webcams covering it. It was hyped as a big deal. For some of us, it was.

Well, here we go again. There is another even bigger Supermoon this month on August 10. It will be the biggest perigee full-moon of 2014.

Mark your calendar. Watch for it in an evening sky near you.

Science @ NASA

PS: There is yet another coming in September. You will have another chance if your skies are cloudy.

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2 thoughts on “Supermoon v.2.0 | Another One?

    1. Jim in IA Post author

      I just now looked out the window to my left. Up in the clear sky is the big full moon. Yes, it does look bigger. I don’t think it is my imagination.

      Thanks for checking on it.

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