The moon was full at 3.47pm yesterday, at this point it was 222,761 miles from Earth - closer than the average distance of 238,900 miles.
The moon is not actually that much closer to the earth, it is just our brain that interpret it as a lot closer.
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Two more will be visible in January. The Moon will lose its brightness and take on an eerie, fainter-than-normal glow from the scant sunlight, giving it a reddish hue. That's because it's the last full moon of the year. December's Full Moon is traditionally known as the "cold moon".
Past year the moon made its closest approach to the Earth since 1948, and it won't be this close again until November 25, 2034.
When the moon is closer to the earth, there are higher tide levels due to the moon's gravitational pull on our water.