Jiggy Jr posted about the supermoon phenomenon yesterday on his Twitter account.
Yesterday, The Philippines was exactly the right spot on Earth where the “Supermoon” could be seen very clearly. According to the state weather bureau PAGASA, the moon reached its closest point to Earth at 7:21pm, almost two hours and 31 minutes before going full moon at 9:52pm.
Unfortunately most Cebuanos didn’t get to see the Supermoon because of the super thunderclouds hiding the moon from sight.
"Look at the moon, itlog ni Momon" - i still cry a little when they say that to me. Feels like i am back at 3... https://t.co/a95BQ8f9Zf— jiggy101 (@jiggy1011) November 14, 2016
The last time the moon was that close was January 26, 1948. The moon won’t be seen this close to Earth again until November 26, 2034.
Since we didn’t get to see the supermoon, here are pictures of last night’s supermoon taken from around the world.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.
New York, U.S.A.
New York, (Again)
Did you see the supermoon last night? Tweet @jiggy1011 on Twitter and tell Jiggy all about it. Don’t forget to tune in to his show every Morning (6am-10am) ‘Jiggy in the Morning’. Only here on the rhythm of the city, Y101, Always First.
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