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Posted by: thaiga
« on: November 11, 2016, 01:50:14 PM »

Supermoon on Loy Krathong night will be the brightest and largest in 68 years

The full moon on the night of November 14, 2016 is not only the biggest, closest and brightest moon of this year, but will be the  closest "supermoon" since January 26, 1948.

So don’t miss to watch for this full moon on the night of November 14 because it’ll be beautiful.

But if you miss this rare phenomenon, then you have to wait until  November 25, 2034 when the moon will come this close to Earth again.

Three main observatories would be open for the public to watch the moon.

They are at Central Festival Chiang Mai, Chalerm Phrakiat National Observatory in Nakhon Ratchasima, and Chalerm Phrakiat National Observatory in Chachoengsao.

Telescopes will be installed at these places for people to spot the moon.

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