When Is The Best Time To See Super Moon

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The super moon occurs when the moon is at its closest point to Earth – this year, on Sunday Feb. 19th it will be a little more than 18,000 miles away from us here in North America! This means that as you look up into the night sky, you’ll see a full Moon about 14% bigger and 30% brighter than normal. That makes for an astounding sight. And right before Valentine’s Day it should be even better because the full Moon will rise around 60 minutes later each evening through Wednesday Feb. 21st! So if you have a lover who needs convincing that he or she is loved above all others… why not show them with these great events? Remember though: one of those other lovers could just happen to be your camera lens!