The Moon will enter its perigee meaning, the moon will be closest to the Earth and will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter. Do not miss this spectacle, no matter where you are.
The Supermoon 2016 will not only be big but also powerful that you will be able to see it even during the day: its maximum splendor is expected to be minutes before 14.00h GMT. Although the daytime Moon is not a strange phenomenon, it is in its entire phase, you can also view it close to sunset too. So the moon will be perfectly aligned with the sun and the Earth making it a Supermoon.
Check out the Tips on capturing the best shot of Supermoon 2016, given by Bill Ingalls, NASA Photographer:
Photograph the moon in reference with a local landmark, like if you are in Paris, take the Supermoon shot with the Eiffel Tower or if you in London, take the supermoon 2016 shot with the London Bridge or if you are in Lanzarote, take the Supermoon shot with the Timanfaya Fire Mountains.
Personalize the Supermoon picture by taking selfie with it or maybe a pic of your kids holding the supermoon with their hands, won’t it be a super fun activity for the kids.
Take a panoramic view of the landscape with the supermoon in it, a priceless picture since you will have your loved ones in it too.
Some surprising facts about the Supermoon in 2016:
Just for some more information, the supermoon is also popularly known as ‘the Beaver Moon’, since it is the time when Americans trap beavers before the winter.
View the moon closer to the horizon, the moon will look larger to the naked eye without the high end telescopes.
Tides will be stronger, so be careful when you are near water.
There will be another Supermoon happening on December 13th, which will not be as big as the November supermoon, but will certainly overshadow the Geminid meteor shower view.
So no matter where you are on 14th November, the Supermoon 2016 experience and pictures will be fabulous and full of memories till the next supermoon in 2034. Happy Supermooning!!!!!