Why is the upcoming super moon unusually large?

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On May 5th, the full moon will look unusually large especially when seen with buildings and trees in the foreground. It’s called a perigee moon and its size has something to do with the moon’s orbit. Scientists also debunk myths about the full moon’s insidious effects. 

 

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