June's Full Moon will Appear Smaller

At right, the April 2007 smallest full moon of the year. At left, the October 2007 supermoon, or largest full moon of the year. Image via Wikimedia Commons. According to Earth & Sky, this June full moon will be the smallest full moon of 2017. Like all June full moons, it’ll ride low in the sky from the Northern Hemisphere and high in the sky from the Southern Hemisphere.