Lagos – People are in for a treat starting Monday evening as
the moon will be the closest it has ever been to the earth since January 26,
According to Huffington Post the expected big and bright ‘Super-dupermoon’
will fill the night sky as the planet’s natural satellite is at its closest
point to Earth in its elliptical orbit.
The super-dupermoon will seem 14% bigger and 30% brighter
NASA have stated this is one of three occurrences in the
last three months in 2016 and another one is expected to occur on December
14th however the next two weeks will be one for the books as the next 'super-duper moon is only expected to occur in 2034.
- Huffington Post SA