Therefore, it is a good time of the year to exhibit any creative works you might be waiting for display and share.
The moon will hit your eye like a giant snowball this weekend.
It is also believed that the moon will only reach its peak and will be fully visible for 20 minutes in the United Kingdom, with the climate restrictions of the Ciara storm also prepared to hamper the images.
The exact moment of & # 39; fullness & # 39;, when the Moon is directly opposite the Sun is at 07:33 on Sunday, February 9.
The moon rises above the Fragment, in central London on Saturday. That's because the full moon doesn't coincide with the perigree. As a result, it appears to be a bit larger and sometimes up to 30% brighter than usual, especially when atmospheric conditions are ideal.
Fienberg said the April super moon will be about 4,500 kilometers closer to Earth than the February one. Fred Espenak, known as "Mr. Eclipse", has called this weekend's event as a supermoon, while others disagree.
In case you're not up on your astronomy buzz words, a supermoon is a moon that becomes full when its orbit tracks closer to the Earth than an average full moon.
A "supermoon" occurs when a full Moon is particularly close to Earth. The furthest point of the ellipse is called apogee.
The moon will appear bigger and brighter than normal because the full moon will be taking place near its perigee, when the moon's orbit puts it closest to Earth, according to Rick Fienberg, a spokesman with the American Astronomical Society.
On February 19 you will see the second lunar show in a supermoon trilogy. The next real "supermoon" will show up March 9.