Supermoon Returns!

SUPER MOONLook, up in the sky!
No one will be mistaking this for a bird or a plane. Apparently our little tide-making satellite will be extra close tonight. The “Supermoon”, at its perigee (closest orbit spot to earth – just 221,566 miles tonight) will appear a bit bigger than your average full moon. And brighter too!

Especially at moonrise (around 7pm) and moonset tomorrow  (around 7am). It will appear that way, that is, IF it appears at all in the Vancouver area. Here’s hoping!

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