The Biggest Full Moon will appear after 18 Years, the Supermoon tomorrow on Saturday 19th March 2011 the closest approach after a long period wil be about 20% brighter & 15% bigger than regular full moon and the visual effect may be subtle.
The Saturday Supermoon will be just 221,566 miles (356,577 kilometers) away from Earth. According to NASA, the last time the full moon reached so close to Earth was in 1993, You may have read many despite Internet rumors, the impending phenomenon had no influence on the March 11 Japan earthquake and tsunami (see pictures) was reason the destruction of Tsunami and Destruction. See the Satellite photos before & after the Japan Tsunami.
You may have seen the monthly full moon always looks like a big disk because its orbit size varies slightly so each perigee is not always the same distance away from Earth.
The 19th March 2011 supermoon, as it’s called, will be visible “pretty much any time during the night,” said Geza Gyuk, astronomer at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago who wrote about Ophiuchus 13th Ziodic Signs.
“Look for the full moon as it rises above the eastern horizon as the sun sets below the western horizon—it will be a beautiful and inspiring sight,” he said via email.
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“I doubt that most people will notice anything unusual about this full moon,” Cook said.
“Because the total amount of light is a little greater, the biggest effect will be on the illumination of the ground—but not enough to be very noticeable to the casual observer.”
So the Astrologist says that Japan Earthquake Not Linked to Supermoon (Watch Videos), such a lunar close encounter can cause slightly higher than normal ocean tides and localized flooding. especially if there is already a storm surge for Full moon calendar 2011.
A supermoon may even have some impact on seismic activity because of the stronger gravitational interaction between the moon, the sun, and Earth.
Even so, there is no clear evidence that any of these phenomena influenced the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
Also must see 20 Incredible Photos of Japan Tsunami
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