Everything To Know About The Biggest Supermoon Of The Year
Prepare to be amazed! A celestial spectacle is on the way this summer, and we have all the tips on how to see it for yourself.
Known as the Buck Moon, July's full moon is set to rise on Wednesday, July 13.
July's Buck Moon comes after the Strawberry Moon, which peaked on June 14.
Both events coincided with a supermoon, which means you’ll be able to see the orb VERY clearly.
Because of its close proximity to Earth, the Buck Moon will be appearing bigger and brighter than an average full moon.
The Buck Moon will reach its peak illumination at 5:00 a.m. ET on July 13.
If you can't get an outside view or your sky conditions are cloudy, the Virtual Telescope Project is hosting a livestream starting at 4:00 p.m. ET on July 14.
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