Super Moon versus Micro Moon

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Super Moon versus Micro Moon

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"One reason supermoons are popular is because they are so easy to see -- just go outside at sunset and watch an impressive full moon rise! "

And an "average" Full Moon isn't easy to spot? What a load of old cobblers :lol:
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Re: Super Moon versus Micro Moon

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No super-moon here, only super gloom. A better day today with sunlight playing on the Autumn tints.
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