Skygazers will have a chance to see the brightest and biggest full moon for 2019 tonight, February 19.
Zahira added the phenomenon was a common occurrence due to the Moon's continuous movement that orbits the Earth every year.
You won't need to use any special equipment to see the super moon - it'll be huge!
A "supermoon" is when a moon is simultaneously full and at its perigee, the point in its orbit when it is closest to Earth.
There was a huge hype over last month's "super blood moon" because it coincided with a total eclipse visible in the US. However, the moon will be more visible after it rises at 5.11pm. It is also known as the Hunger Moon because hunting was hard for the tribes due to the snow. This will make it brightest and largest full Moon of the year. On these evenings, visitors can catch telescopic views of the moon, stars and more through Chamberlin's historic, 28-foot long, 20-inch-aperture Alvan Clark-Saegmuller refracting telescope.
A supermoon occurs when a full moon comes within 224,775 miles or less of the Earth, making it appear bigger and brighter.
Tuesday night's spectacular lunar display will the first time in 19 years a supermoon has occurred in February.
Tonight you will see a bigger and brighter full moon.
The super snow moon is the second of three super moon's this year.
He said the moon gazing could be done throughout the night.
During totality, the moon will look red because of sunlight scattering off Earth's atmosphere.
When the Moon is at its farthest point in this ellipse, it is called the apogee, which is about 253,000 miles (405,500 kilometers) from Earth on average. Black Moon is a term used when there is no full moon or new moon in a month or there is an additional new moon that appears in a month or in a season.
If you miss this month's supermoon, don't fret, as there is going to be another one on March 21, 2019.
Following the dazzling lunar event over Istanbul, the Full Moon provides an incredible view from the hills just outside Turkey's capital.
Melbourne: The moon will rise at 8.11pm.
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