Did You See The Super Snow Moon?
Did you miss the "Super Snow Moon?" Oh..and what is a "Super Snow Moon?"
A huge thank you to Kristie Z for the amazing shot above that she took from Texas Township, MI.
Now to answer the question, "What is a "Super Snow Moon?" According to People.com,
The Old Farmer’s Almanac explains the word “super” is used to designate when the full or new moon is closest to Earth in its orbit, making it appear larger and brighter than usual. However, according to the Almanac, most people won’t be able to spot the difference between super moons and typical full moons.
The word snow is used for each February full moon.
Hilary Rae shared this with us: "No moon picture but the shadows it casted were pretty cool."
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