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5 Moon myths and how to debunk them yourself

DATE POSTED:February 13, 2020

This year’s first supermoon will potentially grace the sky on February 9. A supermoon is usually defined as the largest full moon possible. This is a very loose definition and roughly means this happens when the full moon occurs within 10% of its closest to Earth. But in reality, supermoons are not huge at all. There are in fact countless misunderstandings about the Moon and how it appears in the sky. Here are five such examples – and how to disprove them yourself. The supermoon is huge From an observer’s point of view, a supermoon is approximately just 14% bigger…

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