The May full moon will be the last supermoon of the year.
The "Flower Super Moon", was visible early on Thursday morning and is set to rise over Europe after sunset. "At apogee the Moon can be up to 406,700km away from Earth, but at perigee it can be as close as only 356,500km".
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And it's also a Flower Moon - which happens in May every year - because it occurs at the start of the bloom of springtime flowers - if you're in the Northern Hemisphere.
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The super moon on may 6./7.
"While definitions vary, a supermoon typically occurs when a full moon coincides with the moon being within the closest 10% of its orbit". This year's New Moon supermoons will occur on September 17, October 16 and November 15.
"It has also been called Mother's Moon, Milk Moon and Corn Planting Moon". According to Space.com, the full moon measures about 31 arc minutes, or 0.52 degrees wide in the night sky on average, and on May 7 it will be about 33 arc minutes (0.55 degrees) across.
2020's full flower moon is on display from the heavens above and the incredible lunar shots from around the globe might leave you starstruck. It will rise again Thursday evening at 8:26 p.m. local time, or about an hour and a half after sunset. The left half shows the apparent size of a supermoon (full moon at perigee), while the right half shows the apparent size and brightness of a micromoon (full moon at apogee).
There were other names throughout history though.