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Super “Strawberry moon” visible tonight, June 24

The third and last supermoon in 2021 will take place on Thursday night, June 24, 2021. This full moon is traditionally known as the “Strawberry Moon”, because it falls at a time when the ripe strawberries are being harvested. On average, supermoons appear about 7 percent bigger and about 15 …

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The “Pink Moon” will fill Greece’s sky on April 26 and 27

The first supermoon of the year will rise in Greece on Monday and Tuesday, April 26-27. The specific supermoon is traditionally called the “Pink Moon” a name that corresponded with the early spring blooms of a certain pink wildflower. The April supermoon will be followed by two more supermoons in …

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Supermoon triggers extreme low tide in Nafplio (pictures)

The super full moon last week literally ‘swallowed’ the sea at the shores of the town of Nafplio in north-east Peloponnese. The low tide was so strong that locals and visitors saw the sea disappearing in front of their feet. Tides are caused by the gravity of both the moon …

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Amazing Supermoon shot and video in time-lapse

Amazing Supermoon in time-lapse video. Amazing #supermoon time-lapse — cyriak harris (@cyriakharris) November 14, 2016 In case you missed the Supermoon on Monday… no worries. It is here to stay with a small trick. As soon as the night falls, stick a tortilla wrap on the window and keep …

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Once in a lifetime event: the SuperMoon on Nov 14/2016

The Super-Moon on Monday, November 14th will be particularly special, due to a unique alignment of the Earth, moon, and sun. The moon will be the closest it’s been to the Earth since January 26, 1948—the next similarly large supermoon won’t occur until November 25, 2034. In short: You won’t …

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Total Solar Eclipse, March 20/2015 – Partly visible in Greece :)

A superb astronomic phenomenon! A total solar eclipse will occur  on Friday, March 20th, on the same date a the March 2015 equinox. The moon will turn new  only 14 hours after reaching lunar perigee – moon’s closest point to Earth in its orbit – and its shadow will hide …

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