Take note, supermoon fans. This week marks your last shot to bathe in the glory of a full supermoon in 2020.
The morning of Thursday, May 7 marked the peak of the "super flower moon," but it wasn't your only shot at a good show. "The moon will appear full for about three days around this time, from Tuesday evening through Friday morning," NASA said in a release.
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We've been on a run since February of extra large full moons known as "supermoons." The term "supermoon" can refer to either a new or a full moon that happens at or near perigee syzygy, a mouthful that means the moon is at the closest point to Earth along its orbit around our planet.
A supermoon appears subtly larger than a regular full moon. The "pink" moon of April was the biggest of the year, but May's moon should be just as gorgeous.