Is there a full moon at every perogee of the anomalistic month? Or at the apogee?

Does the moon look 'full' at the apogee or perogee of the anomalistic month?

Does it vary? Does the full moon and the perogee (or apogee) ever coincide?

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  • 10 years ago

    No - neither Yes it varies

    The full moon can occur any where in the orbit with respect to the perigee (or apogee) including occurring right at them - the "Supermoon" of last month was very near perigee as well as the spring solstice.

  • yakel
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    4 years ago

    X) That made me giggle, whether i've got not got fun with the emotions in the back of it. i think of it must be a territorial reaction. They sense somebody trespassing, they flow into intense attack mode. *shrug* Me, i'm getting like that when one guy or woman starts off attacking the different unprovoked and for no actual reason.

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