The Full Moon this month is holding for us a pleasant surprise. On 23 June, will shine in the sky one super – moon. We will admire consistently the largest moon in 2013.That day our natural satellite will be located at the closest point to the Earth for the year, which is called called perigee. The moon is actually only 356,991 km away from us.Usually, the average Earth-Moon distance is about 382,900 km.A super – moon closer observed on March 19, 2011, when the Moon was about 356,577 km away from us.On 23 June will be another event that will mark our calendar, because the next time the moon will reach a similar “size” would be more than a year, August 10, 2014, and will be 5 km closer to earth from the last time.Hope you all remember what happened the last time we had a super moon…it is mostly about natural disasters,tsunamis,earthquakes and things like that.
More about the Full Moon on 23rd June here http://starcosmosmysticworlds.wordpress.com/2013/05/28/june-highlighted-triumph-and-the-opening-for-stride-forward/