LAHORE (Web Desk / AFP) – The people living in Pakistan will be able to have a glimpse of supermoon at 06:52 pm (PST) today (Monday).
According to press release by Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), the moon will be 14% bigger and 30% brighter than the normal full moon because of its closest distance from the earth.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) officials said supermoon was seen 70 years ago however, the force of attraction will be strongest resulting in high tides than usual.
The locals have also been advised to remain careful from November 13 to November 15 along the shore.
People can experience such a brighter supermoon again on November 25 in 2034.
On the other hand, from India to Australia, skygazers and photographers were seeking the best viewing spots in the region where the phenomenon will be visible first, hoping that cloudy skies and the perennial pollution that blights many Asian cities will not spoil the fun.
Thousands of people were expected to head to Sydneys Bronte Beach to witness the event.
Delhi residents were hoping toxic smog shrouding the worlds most polluted capital in recent weeks would abate to allow spectacular views as the supsersized moon rises over the Red Fort, the former Mughal emperors residence.
Picnics were being organised in downtown Hong Kong for residents to watch the supermoon rise over the financial hubs famous skyline, while hikers were heading to the greener, more distant corners of the Chinese city to enjoy views with less light pollution.
The landmark Taipei 101 skyscraper in Taiwan, one of the worlds tallest buildings, was set to welcome skygazers, with astronomers predicting it would be one of the biggest moons seen from the island in nearly 100 years.
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