If you missed last month’s supermoon, you have another chance.

This month’s full moon is Wednesday. At the same time, the moon’s orbit will bring it closer to Earth than usual. This cosmic combo is called a supermoon.

That can make the moon appear slightly bigger and brighter, weather permitting. The best time to view the supermoon will be around 9:15 p.m. in Pennsylvania, but it will appear full and can be enjoyed from early Tuesday morning through early Friday morning.

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Native Americans and Europeans named moons for events that happen around the time of year.

One name for Wednesday’s full moon is the “Buck moon” — a reference to the time of year when new antlers are growing on male deer, or bucks. Other names include Hay moon, Berry moon, and Thunder moon.

Plus, in Pennsylvania, looking to the east/southeast predawn, residents can also catch a glimpse of four planets in a row: Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.

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The supermoon on June 14 was the “Strawberry moon” because it’s the full moon at strawberry harvest time.

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