You can say that again

“Solstitial Supermoon Achieves Perigee-Syzygy” *

From Wired

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* (“Astronomers call the moon’s closest yearly approach to the Earth the perigee-syzygy moon and, because this year the lunar nearness happens to come just two days after the summer solstice, it’s also known as a solstitial moon.”)

 

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