The Biggest and Brightest Supermoon in 2020 Happens Tonight

Keep watching supermoon from home.

Supermoon peak or full moon perige will occur tonight until Wednesday, April 8, 2020 early morning.

“You will see a moon circle that is quite large in size than usual. Yes, because that night he was heading for the closest distance from Earth this year,” info the Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), Tuesday, April 7, 2020.At that distance, the radius of the moon appears from Earth at 16.73 minutes of arc. Eight hours 27 minutes later, the moon is in the full phase.According to BMKG, the full moon perige tonight will be one of three supermoon in 2020. Two other supermoon will occur on March 10, 2020 which has passed and May 7 2020 later.

“In these two supermoons, the size of the Moon radius is slightly smaller than the size of the full moon perige on April 8, 2020. Therefore, the April 8 supermoon is the” peak “of the supermoon in 2020,” said BMKG.Despite the potential to observe, BMKG asks the public to enjoy Supermoon from home. This is in accordance with government recommendations to maintain social distancing to prevent Covid-19 transmission due to the Corona virus.

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There’s Supermoon Tonight, People Are Called To Be Careful

Meteorological Agency, Climatology, and Geophysics (BMKG), appealed to the public to be aware of potential tidal waves, Tuesday, February 19, 2019. Because, tonight there will be a Super Snow Moon phenomenon that has the potential to trigger maximum tides.In that phenomenon, the position of the moon is at the closest point to the earth. With this position, the gravity of the moon will be even greater, thus triggering a tide.Through its written statement, BMKG asked the public, especially those located on the north coast of Jakarta, the north coast of West Java, the north coast of Central Java, the north coast of East Java, and the coast of Kalimantan, to be aware of the coming of high waves.

BMKG also warned of the potential for high waves that could potentially disrupt transportation around the port and coast.The loading and unloading activities at the port are also potentially affected due to the maximum tides of sea water and the activities of salt farmers and inland fisheries will also be affected.BMKG asks the public to pay attention to BMKG’s appeal through , Twitter and Instagram BMKG @BMKGmaritim . The public can also contact directly through the call center 0341-6546315 / 18 or can contact the nearest BMKG office.

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Supermoon in 2020
The Biggest and Brightest Supermoon in 2020 Happens Tonight

Don’t Miss Perigee’s Full Moon Phenomenon

The phenomenon of the big moon is again coloring the night sky, Tuesday, February 19, 2019. This time there will not be an eclipse, but it will only happen Purnama Perigee or known as Supermoon .The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) predicts that the full moon perige starts at 16:02 WIB. The full moon peak occurs at 22.53 WIB.During Perigee Full Moon, the size of the moon looks bigger than usual Full Moon. This is because the moon is close to Earth. Not only that, the moon also looks brighter. The shape of the moon will look like a big yellow ball.

Quoted from the L page , the moon at perigee will reach its closest distance to the earth, which is 356,761 kilometers. The moon will be on the horizon from sunset until dawn.”A good opportunity to observe the moon and its craters,” the information stated on the website said.Perigee’s Full Moon is a supermoon . This is due to the moon entering the full moon when it is the closest distance to the earth. During 2019, perigee full moon is predicted to occur 3 times.

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There is Supermoon, Residents on the Jakarta Coast Asked to Be Wary

Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), urges coastal communities to be careful. This appeal was made because on 19 to 21 January 2019 there was the Supermoon phenomenon that can cause high waves.”Saturday night hang out at the beach? Beware of the highest tides of sea water,” wrote the Instagram account @infobmkg , as accessed by Dream , Friday, January 18, 2019.

BMKG explained, this Supermoon phenomenon occurs because of the distance of the moon and the earth in the closest position. This condition is coupled with the full moon.BMKG urges people in the north coast of Jakarta, north coast of Central Java, north coast of East Java, Cilacap, Tanjung Benoa coast, Bali, West Kalimantan coast, and Makassar coast to be careful.”This can have an impact on the disruption of transportation around the port and the coast, the activities of salt farmers and inland fisheries as well as loading and unloading activities at the port,” BMKG said.

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BMKG statement

Following is the BMKG statement from the Instagram account @infobmkg :“NONGKRONG BEACHED WEEK NIGHT? BEWARE MAXIMUM IN SEA WATER.¬†Existence of a supermoon phenomenon accompanied by a full moon can affect the maximum tidal conditions of sea water in Indonesia.

This can have an impact on the disruption of transportation around the port and the coast, the activities of salt farmers and inland fisheries as well as loading and unloading activities at the port.Therefore it is urged for coastal communities to always be vigilant and alert to anticipate the effects of this phenomenon, especially those located in areas mentioned on infographics “.

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