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.
Supermoon in Australia’s skies in July 2014
The moon will appear bigger this weekend as it approaches Earth at the closest point of its elliptical orbit.
Twitter user Astrid Dux @AstridRory tweeted this photo of the […]