Supermoon January 2018

At 6:24 p.m., the moon was full. The moon tonight is called a Supermoon as it will approach a little closer and be a little brighter than other full moons of 2018–though most folks will have a hard time telling the difference. This moon will also cause particularly high or king tides.

Here’s our version snapped freehand with no tripod. Hopefully, some of you can share a better version.
Supermoon 2018The black streak is not a wire but rather a jet trail.

Miss tonight’s moon? There will be another supermoon on January 31 and there will be a total eclipse then, too.

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