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Get an Eyeful: Super Full Moon March 19 (NASA) Archives

A confluence of astronomical events will produce “a full moon of rare size and beauty” March 19. The full moon occurs less than an hour away from perigee (That’s the point in the orbit of an object orbiting the earth that is nearest to the earth’s center. Thanks, Merriam-Webster.) – a coincidence that happens only 18 years or so.