Get Moonstruck ! See SuperMoonTonight


The moon is set to get a lot bigger tonight - at least from our perspective on Earth.
And the 'Supermoon' - the nickname for a perigee full moon, closer to the Earth than usual - could cause tides to rise around the world as the moon's close 'fly past' exerts 42 per cent more tidal force.


Daily Mail report here with great photos
This video uploaded to YouTube in March, by NASA explains the “supermoon” phenomenon that occurs tonight May 5.

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