Tonight in the sultry summer sky, it won’t just be the strawberry moon you see.  It’s a super moon, or to an astronomer, a perigee full moon.  This occurs when the moon is closest to the earth, and the presently occurring full moon is the closest one of 2013. Summer is gearing up here in the northeast and it’s full stream ahead to the heart of the season.  Tonight’s silvery glow promises to be a refreshing bit of wonder.  What does it all mean?  I’d like to think more strawberries.  :)

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