19 March super moon – A rare celestial event
On 19th March, a full moon will be appearing in the sky at a distance to the nearest position to the earth. Such a phenomenon is said to occur once every 18 years.
The astronomical data says that the moon will be appearing at 19:10 GMT at a distance of 356,577 kilometers from the earth. Astrologically, such a phenomenon is called as ‘super moon’ or ‘super extreme moon’, which appears as a sign of disaster for the living beings on the earth.
The cause of concern is the consequences of the super moon on the earth. The phenomenon is likely to affect the coastal areas, as the moon usually affects the tidal behavior of the sea.
The phenomenon may not have much effect, but if it coincides with the bad weather, that it could trigger a disaster. However, the experts have assured that the phenomenon will not cause tsunami or earthquake, as it only affects the tides on the coasts and not the earth movements.
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