In many respects, the micro-moon is the antithesis to the supermoon. The micro-moon, or the full moon aligning with apogee, is the polar opposite of a full moon supermoon, the full moon coinciding with perigee. Every month for the next seven months, the full moon will come closer and closer to Earth. So the seventh full moon after the January 2014 micro-moon will give us the year’s most “super” super moon on August 10, 2014. At that time, the year’s biggest moon will be only 356,896 kilometers (221,765 miles) away, about 50,000 kilometers (30,000 miles) closer than tonight’s Micro Moon.