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Supermoon over Nevada County

This weekend’s full moon, which rose on Sunday night, marks the first and last “supermoon” of 2017. Supermoons occur when a point in the full moon’s orbit is closest to the earth, making the moon appear larger and brighter than usual.
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This weekend’s full moon, which rose on Sunday night, marks the first and last “supermoon” of 2017. Supermoons occur when a point in the full moon’s orbit is closest to the earth, making the moon appear larger and brighter than usual.


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