Last Supermoon on Sept. 9 for 2014, 6 Supermoons Next Year
September 5, 2014 - Supermoon
The month of Aug was an sparkling time for astronomy enthusiasts as a largest supermoon of a year and a Perseid meteor showering occurred. The subsequent supermoon will be on Sept. 9 and will be a final one for a year of 2014.
Supermoons are lunar phenomena where a moon reaches a indicate in a circuit where it is closest to a Earth. At this point, a moon will seem to be bigger and brighter.
The Sept. 9 supermoon will be a final to finish a contingent of supermoons that began in July. The biggest and brightest of a contingent was a one that occurred Aug. 10.
Essentially, supermoons can be noticed anywhere in a universe with varying degrees of distance and brightness. During a Aug. 10 supermoon, a materialisation was best noticed in northern Scotland. For a supermoon on Tuesday, there are still no predictions on where to best perspective a supermooon.
Afterwards, unchanging full moons will come behind scheduled on Oct. 8, Nov. 6, and Dec. 6. The full moon on Oct. 8 will be a special kind of full moon where it will illuminate with a reddish tint, giving it a pretension of “blood moon.”
For subsequent year, 6 supermoons will be occurring on Jan. 20, Feb. 18, Mar. 20, Aug. 29, Sept. 28, and Oct. 27. The largest supermoon for 2015 will be occurring in September.