The Full Moon in Aquarius August the 11th 2014 AEST
This month’s full moon is one of 3 Super moons for the year. Perigee moons happen on average every 13 months and 18 days, so three in a row is unusual, although strangely enough, the same thing happened last year. When this occurs, the moon is around 31,000 miles closer to earth than at its farthest point the apogee. High and low tides will be more extreme, so out with your fishing rods all you anglers – this promises to be a good weekend for fishing.
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