This moon is the closest Full Moon in 86 years will also highlight tonight’s night skies, possibly accompanied by some Auroras across Canada at the same time!
At its peak, roughly 8 per cent larger in our sky ….compared to your average Full Moon (such as the one on July 19 of this year). So its much bigger and around 30 per cent brighter than normal
At just 356,511 km’s from Earth this morning, it was the biggest, brightest and fullest Moon since January 26, 1948.
Also, no Full Moon after this will come closer until November 25, 2034.
So close you can see Neil Armstrong’s balls. Golf balls that is.