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About tonight’s Supermoon

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Tonight’s perigee moon, the time in the year when the moon's elliptical orbit passes closest to earth, will reach its largest size at 8:35. But Lisa Pickoff-White at KQED’s News Fix blogs that the best times to see the full effect of the so-called supermoon is when it rises at 8:03 p.m. and sets at 5:35 tomorrow morning.
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