From sunset until 11:53 pm tomorrow, May 5th, you’ll have a chance to see a Super Moon. Put it on your calendar right now so you'll remember.
Here’s a picture of the Super Moon of March 2011 rising over Lincoln Center:
Super Moons occur when the moon is closest to the earth on the night of a full moon. This makes it appear a whole lot bigger and a whole lot brighter than usual. This happens seldom enough to make it a big event when it does.
If you get a good picture of the moon tomorrow night, send me a copy, and I’ll post it here on the blog.
BEEattitude for Day #570:
Blessed are those who go out at night and look up. We bees don’t do that, but we’ve heard that people see wonders untold.
The teeny details:
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