Monday's Super Moon Closest the Moon Will Come Until 2034

This month's Supermoon will likely get a lot of extra attention since it will be the closest since January 26, 1948

On Monday (November 14) at 6:15 am EST, the moon will arrive at its closest point to the Earth in 2016: a distance of 221,524 miles (356,508 kilometers) away.

This is within 85 miles (137 km) of the moon's closest possible approach to Earth.


In 69 years, the moon has never come this close, and you better find out where you can see it, up close and personal.

This month's full moon (Supermoon) will likely get a lot of extra attention since it will be the closest since January 26, 1948.


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