The Super Full Moon, which will be the biggest moon of the year, is expected to appear at the end of the week according to National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT).
NARIT Director Dr. Saran Posajinda said that the Super Full Moon will showcase its magnificence on December 3. Its distance will be 357,973 kilometers from earth, which will make it appear 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than a common, everyday moon.
According to Dr. Saran, the public can observe the biggest moon this year after sunset by looking east on Sunday and again on January 2 next year.
Photo: Photo: National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand
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