Leaving aside the contingent of people who think they’re the end of the world, supermoons, where the moon is unusually close to the Earth, are always a celestial treat. This Sunday, the moon will seem bigger and brighter than it usually does, 16% brighter in fact. So, when can you see it? And how should you shoot it for posterity?
The moon played picaboo behind the clouds tonight. Getting close to a supermoon. All I ask is two of short peep show a night so the size can be compared between when it's on the top and when it's on the horizon. #supermoon #fullmoon #picaboo #clouds #night #수퍼문 #보름달 #숨바꼭질 #구름 #니콘p900 #줌 #Nikon #coolpixp900
First of all, the supermoon will be this Sunday, December 3rd, and you’ll want to look for the supermoon at moonrise. That will offer the most visible effect, because you’ll be able to see the scale of the moon. More on that in a minute. If you’re a night owl, you might want to stick around for 3:45am EST, which is when the moon will be at its brightest and largest in the sky. Keep in mind we’re not talking a sky filled with the moon; it’s only going to be about 7% bigger at that point.