Don’t miss tonight’s “Super Moon.”
The Super Moon has two characteristics. It has to be a full moon which occurs once ever 29 days when the moon moves to the opposite side of the sun with the Earth between the two. The Second is that the moon has to be close to the earth. The last time the moon has been this close was in 1993.
Tonight’s Super Moon will appear closer than some. The best time to look at this unusually large moon is then the moon is near the horizon, although it should be pretty much visible any time during the night.
Take your kids out and enjoy the rather large moon tonight!