‘Supermoon’ viewers to get closest glimpse since 1948 – World
Today when you look over the sky, biggest and brightest full moon known as “supermoon” in nearly 70 years has been moving across our sky. It is called supermoon when it is near to earth and moving closest to earth’s orbit .We were unable to see such moon until 2034 so don’t miss out to watch the moon.
Supermoons generally observed 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full moons and on that day the distance between earth and moon is 221,567miles as compared to average distance of about 238,000 miles. Earth’s shadow partially obscures the view of a perigree full moon, or supermoon, during a lunar eclipse as seen from Stedman, North Carolina, on Sunday, September 27. The combination of a total lunar eclipse and ‘Supermoon’ viewers to get closest glimpse since 1948 and will not happen again until 2034.
here are the some pictures of full moon.