When I overheard the new about the super moon recently, I wanted to make snap of it. Unfortunately for me, Sky on the day (July 12) was full of clouds here in Taipei. However, I managed to capture a decent view of it on the day after.
According to NASA, "perigee moon" is the scientific term for a super moon. It means the moon is at the point in its orbit that brings it closer to Earth. The result is that the world’s closest neighbor appears larger and brighter than usual – with breath-taking results.
|Day after a Super Moon - 2014/07/13|
I still have two more chances for this year, two other supermoons will appear later this summer on 10 August and 9 September. Let’s see how that goes.