Spring Equinox

While retrieving the newspaper early this morning, one couldn’t help noticing that winter is not backing down, it’s definitely holding on. As we are going to have cloud cover this evening the last supermoon of 2019 will be difficult to view. This full moon will coincide with the spring equinox reaching the closest point to Earth in it’s elliptical orbit around the planet, and appearing larger and brighter in the night sky.

Two of the photos were taken at 8:30 last night {Tuesday, March 19th], the moon reached its closest point to Earth at 3:47 pm but, will not be completely full until tonight. The equinox arrives at 5:58 pm tonight so, those of you who can get out to see this show please relay what you observe. Hopefully, our cloud cover will not take place until tomorrow morning!!!

Happy spring.


2 Replies to “Spring Equinox”

  1. These are really nice photos of the supermoon. I have a cloud cover in my area as well and will not be able to experience it. But your photos will keep me at peace and not feeling left out with this event. Thank you!!!! Nice post……..

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