WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- This weekend, you'll see a super-sized moon in the sky. The full moon will make its closest approach to the Earth during its orbit (perigee), making it look bigger than usual.
On Friday, NASA scientist Noah Petro joined WUSA9 Meteorologist Erica Grow to talk about the "supermoon."
See the entire interview here.
PHOTOS: DC area supermoon -- July 2014 (http://on.wusa9.com/1r0wmLg)
This supermoon is the second of three this summer. The first happened in July, this one happens on August 10th, and the third will be followed on September 9th.
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