Supermoon March 29 2011

Supermoon March 29 2011

Supermoon 2011 – Full Moon this Saturday (March 19) is at its Largest!

Supermoon is a term used to tell how close the moon is to Earth. And it is happening on Saturday, March 19 the full moon is going to be the larger than usual size you see normally. On Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, the moon will appear at its closest point to the Earth in 2011: a distance of 221,565 miles away. And only 50 minutes earlier, the moon will officially be full.

Jay Reynolds, research astronomer at Cleveland State says the last supermoon occurred in March of 1993. the next one will not occur until 2029. The supermoon will not cause natural disasters, such as the Japan earthquake, a NASA scientist has stressed.

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