Friday, March 18, 2011

Super Full Moon

I hope I could have some time tomorrow night to take a look at the beautiful moon. Tomorrow, we will see the super full moon, the moon is going to be 14% bigger than usual and it will bring extra-high "perigean tides" but there is nothing to worry about. The moon will be 356,575km from the earth, making it 7% closer than average. This phenomenon takes place once every 18 years or so, according to the scientists.

I think this will be a perfect time to grab your camera and take a great shot with this beautiful super full moon!

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