Skygazers will be considered "super snowy moon", February 19, the largest supermon in 2019.
February full moon is known as the "snowy moon" due to the heavy snowfall, which often occurs at that time of the year, according to the Old Farmer Almanac. As a result, the supermon on February 19 was called "super snowy moon".
Supermons occur when the orbit of the Moon brings it to the nearest point to Earth when the Moon is full.
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"When the full moon is in perigee [its closest point to Earth] it is slightly brighter and larger than the usual full moon ̵
The moon will be located at a distance of 221,734 miles from Earth on February 19, according to EarthSky's next full moon to Earth in 2019.
York City, The moon will rise at 5:46 pm and set at 7:35 am on February 20, according to the Marine Observatory in the United States. The moon looks particularly large when it is close to the horizon due to optical illusion, known as the "illusion of the moon".
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As the Earth approaches, the supermon on February 19 will not be as colorful as the eclipse of the "superclub" of the month of the last month, when the natural satellite of the Earth returns a stunning shade red The heavenly event was only a general lunar eclipse of 2019 and gave rise to a lot of buzz. Washington "/>