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See supermoon on Nov, 14, biggest since 1948

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WOOHOO I CANT' WAIT TILL THAT DAY!
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Superman on Nov, 14 I already can't wait to see. But i hope it doesn't rain here
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Whether you are an astronomy fan or keep things more down to earth, the next big celestial event will be pretty hard to miss. On Monday, Nov. 14, the largest supermoon in nearly 70 years will light up the night sky. Not only does this moon boast the title of the"closest full moon of the 21st century," but moreover, nothing of this size has been seen since January of 1948. You'll have to talk to Grandma and Grandpa to get all the deets on its historical precedent, because seriously, you guys. This is big. Literally.

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Wow. I can't wait to see this. We watched the lunar eclipse a year ago as a family.
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I wonder what this will mean for my state of mind. The full moon makes me either very low or very high. I'm a true lunatic.
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On Nov. 14 the full moon will be just 221,524 miles from Earth, the closest it has been since 1948. It will not come this close again until Nov. 25, 2034.

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I cannot wait to sit outside with my pipe and stare into the moon. This is an awesome picture also.
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This may be the closest moon in our lifetime. The next time will be in 18 years. Can u imagine how different life will be in 18 years??
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Whether you are an astronomy fan or keep things more down to earth, the next big celestial event will be pretty hard to miss. On Monday, Nov. 14, the largest supermoon in nearly 70 years will light up the night sky. Not only does this moon boast the title of the"closest full moon of the 21st century," but moreover, nothing of this size has been seen since January of 1948. You'll have to talk to Grandma and Grandpa to get all the deets on its historical precedent, because seriously, you guys. This is big. Literally.

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The super moon that is coming on Nov. 14 could be the biggest sky watchers have seen since 1948, with scientists saying that Earth's satellite will not be this close for nearly 20 years.

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