That’s right, part two of this summer’s season of super moons is happening this tonight.
The full moons of this summer, which fall on July 12, August 10 and September 9, are all super moons, according to NASA.
The super moon occurs when the moon becomes full on the same days as its perigee.
A perigee is when the moon’s orbit when is closest to Earth. Here’s how to get the best view: wapo.st/1lKXWod
Picture from Wikipedia