Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Kehler View Post
Apparently, having a full moon during this close swing period (what the radio called it) is fairly uncommon and might provide some good pictures.
It happens about once every 14 months. Last year's was closer. It's extremely doubtful that even a photographer would be able to detect a 1/3 stop difference in brightness or a 14% difference in size, without a "normal" moon hanging next to the "supermoon" for comparison.