February’s full moon will be the largest Super Moon of this year. Super Moon is a phrase used with a complete moon which occurs when the Moon is near or at its closest approach to Earth. On February 19, the Moon will be only 356,846 km from the Earth, by comparison, this year’s farthest full moon on September 14,
Snow Moon is a title given to February moon by Native Americans and Europeans since it’s a month related to heavy snowfall. Given it is a Super Moon now, it’s being known as a Super Snow Moon. In the same way, the hunger moon title stems from the lack or limited access to food through winter. Other names of this February moon are storm moon, ice bone or moon.
When is your Super Snow Moon and can it be observable in India?
Although in India, you will not have the ability to observe the Moon in its closest since it’s falling throughout the daytime, the entire moon will be observable in the nation. In 9:24pm IST, it is possible to visit the skies and revel in the sight.
When is your next Super Moon?
On the other hand, the Moon will not be close (360,772 kilometers off ) into the Earth as it’s tonight. The March moon is known as a Worm Moon, hence the following month’s Super Moon is going to probably be dubbed Super Worm Moon.