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Super Moon To Appear Today

Bigger and brighter Super moon will shine on Sky this evening. The moon will be 14 percent bigger in appearance and 30 percent brighter than normal full moons.

According to astronomers it is a tiny bit smaller than last year, however, it comes more than 50,000 miles closer to the earth. It was on March 19, 2011 that the last Super Moon appeared.

by RTT Staff Writer

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