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    July Supermoon Set to Light Night Sky

    Tonight the evening sky will offer Canadians a beautiful view of a full moon tonight, one that will be visible around the world. Tonight’s “buck moon,” named for the time of the year when male deer grow out their antlers. Paul Delaney, a physics and astronomy professor at York University said it will be up all night making it hard to miss.


    Full moons are often named based on cultural events and vary by region. The supermoon’s visibility tonight will depend on local weather conditions. Delaney explained “for folks interested in photo ops that’s the best time, because as the moon is rising above your local horizon it gets silhouetted against trees and houses and things that are familiar to you,”


    A full moon happens when the sun, Earth and moon align in that order. As a result the sun illuminates the full face of the moon facing Earth.

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