WESTCHESTER, N.Y. - A so-called "Super Moon" will appear Sunday evening when the moon will be at its closest distance to Earth this year - the closest encounter between the Earth and the Moon until August 2014.
According to Planet Save , the Moon will reach its closest distance to the Earth at exactly 7:32am Eastern Daylight Time and will be visible after sunset. This year's Super Moon will be up to 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a typical Full Moon. Called a "perigee full moon" by astronomers, the June 23 full moon will look larger than it does in other months.
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