Pakistanis are in for a singular supermoon sighting on Monday Nov 14 during 6:52pm, where a moon will seem 14 per cent bigger and 30pc brighter than a normal full moon.
This will be a largest, brightest full moon in scarcely 7 decades, and promises Earth-bound sky-watchers a astronomical spectacle. The subsequent supermoon will be speckled in 2034.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department on Friday pronounced that if skies are clear, a moon will be clearly visible, and explained a phenomena by observant that a circuit of a moon around a Earth is elliptical, not circular, that causes a change in stretch between a two.
The supermoon was sighted yesterday In Australia, United States and Mexico.