Full moons are always special whether you’re a hopeless romantic or a wild thing howling in the night. The one on 19 February however is extra special in that it is a Supermoon and the largest of 2019 so don’t miss it! The moon’s elliptical orbit around Earth means that at times it is closer to Earth than other times and therefore appears bigger in the sky. That is when the moon is in perigee and a Supermoon occurs. Make sure to catch it at moonrise to the East at 17:41 CET for the most spectacular view. Click the infographic to read more. Clear Skies 🚀
19 February Moonrise: 17:41 (E-NE) Moonset: 07:25 (W-NW)(20 Feb) So expect some more howling that night.