Supermoon eclipse can be seen throughout Cuba
- Submitted by: Juana
- 09 / 15 / 2015
A total supermoon eclipse can be seen in all the Cuban territory on Sunday September 27, the first of these phenomena since 1982 according to NASA. The phenomenon can also be observed in most of the Americas, West Africa and Western Europe.
A super moon is a full moon that occurs very near perigee and appears abnormally large in the sky as a result; usually turn out to be 14% larger and 30% brighter than full moons, said a note from NASA. In Cuba, the partial eclipse phase will begin at 9:07pm, the whole is forecast to 10:11pm to 11:23pm. The final partial phase will end at 12:27 midnight on September 28, said the Cuban Institute of Geophysics and Astronomy.