Inconstant Moon

January 4, 2009 on 10:06 am | In astrology | No Comments

The Moon at Perigee and Apogee article explains why the moon is larger and/or brighter at certain times of the year. We don’t notice it much, usually, because the differences visible for the full moon only happen every 29 days or so and our visual memory is not that exact.

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