The event will be held on Sunday, 3 December.
On this day in the sky you can observe the supermoon.
On this day, the Earth’s satellite will have the largest apparent size in 2017. It is clarified that the moon will look 14% bigger and 30% brighter. The moon will approach earth at a minimum distance for 2017 – 357 495 km.
At midnight SUPERLINE will be high above the constellation Orion, near the bright star Aldebaran.
The supermoon (when the moon is in the phase of the full moon passes the point of perigee, i.e. is at the minimum distance from Earth) will occur at 19:49, it can be observed until the morning of December 4 over the southern horizon.
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December’s full moon will mark the beginning of a series SUPERLINE, two supertunia expected in January, which happens very rarely.