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March 19, 2011 § Leave a comment
Today,the 19th of March, the moon will appear to be 14% larger, the biggest in almost 20 years. Don’t miss it.
Tagged: Apogee, Earth, full moon, moon, NASA, Perigee, Science, sciencecast, supermoon
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