Sky gazers can look forward to the last supermoon of 2019 on March 20,
known as the ‘full worm supermoon’ in North America because it coincides
with the thaw of the ground as well as the return of worms and the birds
which swoop down to eat them.
It coincides with the March equinox marking the beginning of spring in the
Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere.
A supermoon occurs when the moon is as close as it ever gets to Earth.
Generally, a supermoon will appear roughly 14% larger and 30% brighter
than the average... [
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