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Notice anything funny about the moon lately?

It should look a little larger, about 14 per cent larger, to be precise. That’s because tonight, Canadians will be treated to a lunar spectacle they won’t forget.

A supermoon, which occurs when a full moon coincides with perigee (the moment the moon reaches its closest point to Earth), will grace our skies on Saturday night. And if you’ve been feeling a little off lately, you’re not alone. Studies have found that supermoons can mess with our planet and bodies in ways we’d never expect. So before you set up the telescopes, here’s everything you need to know about them:

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