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Super Moon this weekend
Blakeley, Udney
A perigee moon rises in Washington, DC, on March 19, 2011. A perigee moon is visible when the moon's orbit position is at its closest point to Earth during a full moon phase. The full moon coincided with its closest approach to the Earth, 221,565 miles (356,575 km), making the so-called 'super moon' look slightly larger than average. (Saw it from the window very big and red, have seen the moon orange before but never that color and that big.)

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It was cloudy here, meh.

Those are gorgeous photos. :)

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