The full moon can be observed regularly about every 29.5 days, and most people are well aware of this sight. However, the Moon’s orbit around the Earth is not circular, but rather elliptical. The average distance is 384,000 km, but the difference between the farthest point (aphelion) and the nearest point (perihelion) is on the order of 10 percent. As a result, the size of the lunar disk visible in the sky varies slightly, depending on the distance of this object from the Earth.
If this situation arises the moon – to be full – in addition to being close to the perihelion of its orbit, Then it shines exceptionally. This position is sometimes called Super Moon or Super Moon. The value of Silver Globe is likely to reach 14 percent. Bigger in the sky and glows up to 30 percent. Brighter than when it was at its prime.
The next opportunity will come to admire the super-full At night from 13 to 14 and from 14 to 15 June. The exact moment of the full moon is on June 14 at 1:52 pm, and the pass through the orbit’s perigee point will take place on June 15 at 5:52 pm. 1.23 – Polish time. Then the distance between the Earth and the Moon will be 357438.4 kilometers.
When will the moon be shown? Silver Globe will rise on June 13 in December 20, it will fall at 3:39 am on June 14, then rise on June 14 at 3:39 am. 21.38 will be held on June 15 at 4.30
Recently, there is a fashion in the media to call the next full moon in terms derived from North American culture. The full moon of June is strawberry moon. This is what the Algonquian tribes called it, referring to the fact that June is the strawberry harvest season. Other names for the June full moon are rose moon or hot moon.
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