Supermoon Enlightenment

As Gold Moon Rose the Joust Began St Clements Burnham © Mandy Walden.

Tonight, the full moon reaches perigee at 356,991 kilometres from our planet, its closest point in 2013. As a result, it will appear larger and brighter than any other full moon this year and is know as a 'Supermoon.' This will be the moon's closest encounter with earth until 10 August 2014. Photos of the moon will circulate on Twitter at #HPsupermoon and at HuffPo here.
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