4/12-2017 Super Moon

The average distance of the moon is 382,900 km from the Earth but its orbit is not completely circular, so the distance varies. A Full or New Moon that occurs when the center of the Moon is less than 360,000 kilometers from the center of Earth. The full moon that could be seen the night between the 3rd and 4th of December was approximately 14% larger and more than 30% brighter than the full Moon when farthest from the Earth, around apogee or its longest distance from the Earth ca 406,603 km away.
Below are some pictures of the moonset on the morning the 4th in Lund.

Super Moon in the trees

Super Moon in the trees

Super Moon

Super Moon

Super Moon and bird

Super Moon and bird

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