Tomorrow's Supermoon promises to be the biggest and brightest full moon of the year. The full moon is the second of a trio of supermoons that began on January 21st and will end on March 21st. This supermoon will peak on Tuesday, February 19th, in the afternoon hours here in the UK. As seen from London, the moon will be the moon. The maximum brightness will be at 3.53 GMT (UTC) while the sun is still above the horizon.
For the best view of the Supermoon, you have to wait until sunset, or you can opt for the live broadcast of the Supermoon online.
Astronomer Gianluca Masi, head of the Italy-based Virtual Telescope Project, told Express.co.uk that the virtual telescope will stream Supermoon online on Tuesday.
The Supermoon livestream starts at 1
You can watch the Supermoon livestream at the bottom of the embedded video player.
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Mr. Masi He said: "I am pleased to announce that the virtual telescope will be broadcast live on February 19, 2019, for the upcoming Supermoon, the largest full moon of the year.  "We will show our satellite as it rises above Rome, among the legendary monuments of the Eternal City."
The astronomer said the event will be an unforgettable experience that will be available to all.
Supermoon on Tuesday is a prime example of the Moon approaching its perigee – the closest point in its orbit to Earth.
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When the moon travels around the world, at different times it reaches its perigee and the farthest point, apogee.
However, a supermoon only appears when the moon is in its full moon phase or new moon phase.
When a full moon or moon approaches its peak, it is called a romoon mic.
On Tuesday, the Supermoon appears about seven percent brighter than any other regular full moon you'll see this year.
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Mr. Masi said, "The full moon show and of course the supermoon does its best when our satellite goes up or goes down, which happens at sunset or dawn.
Supermoon will appear about seven percent larger on February 19, 2019
"The full moon shines in the sky in the opposite direction with respect to the sun, so it rises at sunset and sets at dawn.
"During dusk, the remaining sunlight scattered through our atmosphere allows us to admire the scenery as the full moon rises or falls on the horizon.
"At night, the full moon is very bright, almost dazzling, compared to the darkness of the landscape.
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The moon appears behind monuments and elements of the landscape and creates the feeling that its panes are larger than usual, but this is only an optical illusion, as these terrestrial elements in the line of sight and a comparison is possible. " Most astronomy enthusiasts this Tuesday may not be able to tell the difference between a regular full moon and the supermoon without knowing what to look for.
Mr. Masi said, "On February 19, 2019, Supermoon will appear seven percent larger and a bit brighter than an average full moon, but occasional star gazers will not notice this at first glance.
"These variations are not obvious variations, but they give the event a special charm, a precious opportunity for admiration, or a natural satellite in the night sky context of an increasingly overlooked and forgotten landscape. "
According to the NASA, the full moon appears at apogee about 405,500 kilometers from Earth.
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