More technically, it’s also known as a perigee syzygy. The opposite phenomenon – when the full Moon is furthest away from Earth in its orbit – is called an apogee syzygy or micromoon. Obviously the supermoon is not a new phenomenon, but its name is quite new – the word doesn’t appear before the 1970s.
— Read on theconversation.com/amp/supermoon-how-an-illusion-makes-the-full-moon-appear-bigger-than-it-really-is-159721
According to a study published March 3 in the journal JGR Planets, the lunar tail is made of millions of sodium atoms blasted out of the lunar soil and into space by meteor strikes and then pushed hundreds of thousands of miles downstream by solar radiation. For a few days a month, when the new moon sits between Earth and the sun, our planet’s gravity drags that sodium tail into a long beam that wraps around Earth’s atmosphere before blasting into space on the opposite side.
— Read on www.livescience.com/amp/moon-has-a-sodium-tail.html
The next full Moon will be Tuesday evening, December 29, 2020. The Moon will appear full from Monday evening through Thursday morning.
— Read on solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/1635/the-next-full-moon-is-the-wolf-moon/
Discover how to synchronise your life rhythm with the Moon Phases to regain your life balance, manage your energy, and access your expanded nature
— Read on www.holistictreats.net/moon-phases/moon-phases-how-to-use-the-lunar-cycle-to-stay-well-and-on-track/
This Independence Day, be sure to catch the full moon and a partial penumbral eclipse.
— Read on www.livescience.com/full-moon-lunar-eclipse-july-2020.html