It’s a bird, it’s a plane – it’s supermoon! The sight of a perigee moon happens when the moon is full and makes its closest approach to Earth. Missed it this time? Don’t worry, the next supermoons will take place on 28 September and 27 October.
“Yeah. You know how? When the big bang happened, all the atoms in the universe, they were all smashed together into one little dot that exploded outward. So my atoms and your atoms were certainly together then, and, who knows, probably smashed together several times in the last 13.7 billion years. So my atoms have known your atoms and they’ve always known your atoms. My atoms have always loved your atoms.”