25-hours before the "Supermoon"

At 9:34 pm in Sheridan on Saturday the moon will be the closest to the earth making it appear about 14 percent larger than when it is the farthest from us. It will be the biggest full moon in 18-years making it a "Supermoon." The weather forecast for Saturday evening shows that the Sheridan area will have 69-percent cloud cover and a 30-percent probability of precipitation about the time of the "Supermoon." So this photo from the evening before was taken as the near full moon rose above the Mill Inn just incase it is not visible for the big show on Saturday. For more on the "Supermoon" http://science.nasa.gov/science-...

This photo from Friday evening was taken as the near full moon rose above the Mill Inn just incase it is not visible for the big "Supermoon" show on Saturday at 9:34 pm.
This photo from Friday evening was taken as the near full moon rose above the Mill Inn just incase it is not visible for the big "Supermoon" show on Saturday at 9:34 pm.
Over the fairgrounds arena at 8:16 pm Friday
Over the fairgrounds arena at 8:16 pm Friday
No need for arena lights tonight
No need for arena lights tonight