Make sure to look up tonight. You'll be getting your last chance to see the last supermoon of the year in the October sky. It should be quite a sight; just remember to look up this evening as the moon rises.
A supermoon is actually a full moon or a new moon that closely coincides with perigee, which is the moon's closest point to Earth in its monthly orbit. This is actually the last of a total of six supermoons of 2015, with the others occurring in January, February, March, August and September.
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