Here's Where You Can See The Pink Supermoon Tonight Around Australia
Eyes to the skies!
Keep your eyes on the skies tonight and you'll see a wonderful pink supermoon (that isn't actually pink - it's named after the first pink flower of the season)
So what is a supermoon? Well, it's when a full moon is in perigee (close to the Earth), which makes it brighter and bigger in appearance. It's set to come within 357, 378 kilometres from Earth!
If you have a telescope, you'll be able to see a pretty decent difference between a full moon and a supermoon, otherwise it will most likely look normal to you.
Gizmodo has put together these timings of when it will be visible to you:
Sydney: 5:33pm — 7:18am
Melbourne: 5:53pm — 7:51am
Canberra: 5:40pm — 7:29am
Brisbane: 5:33pm — 7:00am
Hobart: 5:36pm — 7:52am
Adelaide: 5:53pm — 7:43am
Darwin: 6:50pm — 7:43am
Perth: 6:01pm — 7:43am
We're ready to see the moon it it's big and beautiful supermoon glory. Eyes to the skies, friends!
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