Sunday, June 23, 2013

Oh, that moon! - 20 Minutes Online

round every 14 lunar cycles shows the Earth’s satellite in its full glory: Then our planet as never otherwise comes to its elliptical orbit near – and yet in the shape of a full moon

Super Moon called this phenomenon, which has the result that it appears larger by about 14 percent and about 30 percent to shine brighter than ever seem in its strongest phase.

Countless people around the world have the sky spectacle with their cameras held (see slideshow and video). His next appearance as a Super Moon is on the way, the star 10 August 2014.

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