Super snow moon biggest, brightest of 2019 lights up night sky

Nearly a month after January's "Super Wolf Blood Moon" illuminated the moon (and social media) in a red-orange hue, February's full moon will bring the largest and brightest "supermoon" of the year. The full moon -- also dubbed the "Snow Moon" -- peaks on Tuesday morning, Feb. 19, at 8:54 a.m. Arizona time (10:54 a.m. EDT), according to NASA . It will be at its closest point to Earth, called "perigee," at (4:04 EDT).
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