Biggest full moon in 19 years this Saturday. - On the 19th of March the full moon will reach a point called the ‘lunar perigee’ - the point in the lunar cycle when the moon is closest to Earth. This time around the perigee will be the closest one to earth since 1992, at a distance of 221,567 miles.
The full moon could appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter in the sky, especially when it rises on the eastern horizon at sunset or is provided with the right atmospheric conditions. Be on the lookout fellow stargazers