This week's full moon will be brighter than any other in 2019 because its orbit will be at its closest point to earth.
The term gives preference to the geometric alignment of Sun-Earth-Moon and allows the occurrence of perigee into a wider time period than the actual instant of perigee (up to about two weeks, which is nearly half of the Moon's orbit).
So instead of getting through the Tuesday trudge, why not gather up your loved ones, get the binoculars out (or telescope if you're really into this stuff) and have yourself a mid-week lunar party?
The handsome moon will reach its closest point to the earth at 9.06am in the United Kingdom, and will be at its fullest at 3.53pm. The average distance is about 363,300 kilometers. When this happens, the moon appears larger and brighter in the sky.
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Earlier this year, a super wolf blood moon appeared in the sky over Ireland - though, for many, it was obscured by cloud cover. In a given year, between two and four full moons can be classified as "supermoons".
The best time to see it will be at moonrise, between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
You'd need to have a remarkably trained eye to notice the difference between each supermoon. 19 supermoon has been dubbed the "super snow moon". Heavy snowfall is also the reason for its alternative and more grim name, the "hunger moon". Due to an optical illusion, the moon appears larger to us the closer it is to the horizon.
The Super Snow Moon will peak on 19 February 2019 at 21:23 pm. But if the sight of a clear night sky still gives you goosebumps, then you should gear up for the "supermoon" this week.