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Largest full moon of the year

General 20:20 April 07, 2020
Largest full moon of the year
Largest full moon of the year

The largest full moon that can be seen from the Korean Peninsula this year rises above Mt. Jangtae, near Daejeon, 164 kilometers south of Seoul, on April 7, 2020. (Yonhap)
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General 20:20 April 07, 2020
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