What a great excuse for a Full Moon Party!
If weather permits the night sky in the Earth’s Southern Hemisphere will be bathed in brighter than usual light when a ‘Super Moon’ makes its presence felt on Sunday 23rd June, 2013. In Melbourne the full moon will rise at around 9.33pm.
The phenomenon known as the Super Full Moon occurs when the distance between Earth and its moon are at their closest, and the moon may appear 14% larger, and also brighter than usual. In 2013 the 9.30pm rising is a more family-friendly prospect that it may be in other years. You can calculate the moon rising in other locations here
So what might a Super Moon Party, or a Full Moon Party, look like? Inspiration for a gathering or party at yours are now published by Weekend Notes. Read the full article.
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