Super Moon – 14th November, 2016

Super Moon

Super Moon

On 14th November 2016, the largest Super moon since 1948 will arrive on the sky at night.

It will happen a week before Jupiter enters into the belly of the Virgin and will be remain there for the next 9 months and Jupiter will out on the 23rd November 2017.

On this night the moon wills not only be the biggest one, it will also be the closest and brightest super moon of the year of 2016. It is the closest super moon since January 26, 1948.

Tonight moon will be the biggest supermoon in almost 70 years. When the moon become 14% larger and 30% brighter than an average full moon that is called supermoon. According to NASA the moon will be about 221,524 miles from Earth.

A super moon is the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach. And it will make the earth on its elliptical orbit, and we can see the apparent size of this moon from earth. The technical name of this super moon is perigee-syzygy of the Earth-Moon-Sun system.

It is claimed by the association of the Moon that the super moon increased the risk of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

The moon will be full in the morning hours before sunrise November 14 in western North America and on many Pacific islands.

In Asia ansuper moond Australia, the moon turns precisely full during the evening hours of November 14. In New Zealand, it actually happens after midnight November 15. In a Europe or Africa moon will be full on night.

The moon won’t come this close to Earth again until November 25, 2034. Would you watch the full moon tonight? You should see it, it will be a big beautiful moon, so don’t miss it. So to catch the right picture of tonight full moon, get ready with your camera. Get your camera ready

Super Moon closest to Earth



Date Distance
2011 March 19 3,56,575 km
2012 May 6 3,56,955 km
2013 June 23 3,56,991 km
2014 August 10 3,56,896 km
2015 September 28 3,56,877 km
2016 November 14 3,56,509 km

























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