Ready for the first supermoon in 2021? It can already be seen this Tuesday. Although the moon reaches the full moon phase at dawn on Tuesday, it does not reach the point where it is closest to Earth until 4:22 p.m. on that day – and there it is even considered a super moon. As it is currently not visible in Portugal, the best time to see the phenomenon is shortly after 9pm (from Lisbon) after the moon is born. If the sky is not cloudy, a bigger moonlight can be considered. more intense than usual.
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