Wow! The sight itself drives crazy! It seems like a heavenly planet over the blushing sky! #Mrmoon is a sight in our sky (solar system) that brightens our dark nights and reminds us of infinite exploration, of our galaxies and planets– now and since ages. But the Supermoon that occurred on Monday, Nov. 14 is humongous and was principally the “SUPER” since it’s the closest full moon to Earth since 1948. According to NASA we will not see another of this size until 2034.
I could not take some great pictures of the night, just took one from #iPhone – which is not great though, but sharing few amazing shots – real ones taken by some of my photographer friends.
On November 13 and 14, the world witnessed the brightest supermoon in 68 years. The pictures came out to be stunningly beautiful of this ever shining planet. The term supermoon refers to a full moon that concurs with the lunar orb’s closest approach to Earth, or perigee. And the last time it was this close to the Earth was in 1948. Supermoons tend to look big and large up in the sky shining brighter than ever. The site offers a rare treat for sky gazers.
It might look close, but actually it is not that near! The one which occurred on November 14th was the full moon closest for 70 years. The moon came up to 221,524 miles from Earth – almost touching distance in space terms. The closest supermoon of the whole of the 21st century will fall on December 6, 2052 next.
The rarest of all is the #Supermoon !! Whenever get a chance don’t miss this outwardly sight !!
There is a piece in me that like to tenderly imagine my maverick and seditious soul. But, precisely, I love to have a picky and cosy relationship with my soul that can rub up against a little bit, putting me alive.