Wednesday’s full moon marks third Super Moon of the year

If you weren’t able to see the moon last night due to cloud cover, you have plenty of chances to see the third super moon of the year this week!

Wednesday marks the third Super Moon of the year.

July’s full moon is called the Buck Moon. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the name was given due to the antlers of male deer – or bucks – being in full growth mode in July.

The full moon will be visible through Friday morning.

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