Full Supermoon Monday

Sunset today 5:24pm Central Time Zone US.

Moonrise 6:01pm. Distance from Earth 221,556 miles. Full moon.

Norman Oklahoma forecast: Clear, low tonight 46F, wind WNW 4 mph.


“The November “supermoon” is extra close to Earth today (Nov. 14), providing an extraordinary sight for skywatchers — but exactly what makes this month’s full moon so special? November’s supermoon —a term used to describe a full moon is at its perigee, or closest point to Earth during the lunar orbit — will be the biggest and brightest supermoon to rise in almost 69 years. In fact, the full moon won’t come this close to Earth again until Nov. 25, 2034.” – Space.com.

Reported by Jim Lantern
Monday morning 14 November 2016

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