Saturday, March 19, 2011

Prepare For Supermoon

We Can see the Supermoon today from 17:54 Pm till 6.23 am tomorrow morning from Kathmandu Nepal.
The moon may appear slightly more impressive than normal, but it's not like it will be huge, and will be at precisely its closest point to the Earth — about 221,000 miles away. The moon on average is about 240,000 miles away.
The moon circles the Earth every 29.5 days in an elliptical orbit, so at times it's farther away than others.
Today's supermoon is expected to be 14% larger and 30% brighter than a standard full phase,
The effects on Earth from a supermoon are minor, But the Mars that is looking to Saturn increases the possibilities of natural calamities and the moon will have a greater gravitational pull, so it could affect tides.
But Moon Supports Karkat ( Cancer), Mesh ( Aries) , Dhanu ( Sagittairus) and Virschik ( Scorpio) Rashis.

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