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Today Tuesday we will be able to observe the brightest snow Supermoon of the next seven years.
This full moon is called "snowy" because it occurs in a period of heavy snowfall in the northern hemisphere and was thus baptized by some North American native tribes.
This will be possible thanks to a peculiarity of the translational movement of our satellite around the Earth.
It will be visible in its maximum splendor today, Tuesday, February 19. In fact, during this day the satellite will be almost completely illuminated.