Supermoon and the beginning of the astronomical spring are already observed in Transcarpathia
On the night of March 21, the Moon will be closer to the Earth in its elliptical orbit, and therefore, it will seem bigger than ever. The Supermoon is an unusual phenomenon when the Earth's satellite seems 10% larger than usual.
This Supermoon was called "worm". It is believed that during this time, the earth begins to warm up and becomes warmer and damper, so the first rain worms appear.
The peculiarity of this phenomenon is that it will occur a few hours after the spring equinox.
Also on March 20, 2019 at 23:58, the Sun will cross the sky equator and pass into the northern hemisphere of the celestial sphere. This means that the astronomical spring will begin in the northern hemisphere of the Earth.
13 December 2016 20:16