Is the best time to get a photograph of the moon! Taken from the space section of the BBC's website....... "June sees the first of three months' worth of large full Moons. This is due to the oval shape of the Moon's orbit. Every month the distance from us to our lunar neighbour varies from 348,294 km to 398,581 km, which affects the size of the Moon in the sky. This month the close orbit point (known astronomically as perigee) is just one day after the full Moon." It's 50,287 KM closer that at it most distant point! What a zoom that'll save!