You might already know what a supermoon is because they are actually fairly common, despite their rare-sounding name.
In case you don’t know, most people call a full moon that is closer to earth than average a supermoon.
So what’s a super supermoon?
That’s when the full moon is not just closer than average but is as close as it can possibly get.
Why doesn’t that happen every time we have a full moon? When will the next super supermoon be visible? (Hint: Look at the headline above.) And what does syzygy have to do with it?
There used to be a video here that answered most of those questions. Due to technical aggressiveness on YT’s end, that video is no longer available here. And I don’t think it’s worth it to find another one. Sorry.
Hopefully you’ll have the opportunity to see this moon through a good pair of binoculars because the next one won’t be hanging around until November 25, 2034!
Share this with your friends so they can prepare for it too.