Last seen in 1948, Supermoon today lit up the sky today. For those who don’t know, the moon today is 30% brighter and 14% bigger than its usual appearance.
Why Else Is This Day Special?
Aside from the fact that the moon is significantly brighter and closer, the next time we get to see Supermoon would be on the 25th November 2034. Chances are, we might not even be alive by then.
Or Qayamat could be here by then too…
While most of us were expecting the moon to be as close as we want our bae to be (sigh), we were disappointed to see how just like our bae, Supermoon disappointed us as well.
Zoom Kiye Begair Nazar Nahi Aya Kuch, Tbh
Super moon ko super zoom karna par raha hai.
— Saniya (@Saniyazing) November 14, 2016
We Just Wanted To See The Moon, But The Man Has A Point…
Because She Needs To Figure Out How To Breath
Chaand to earth:
Moon: "So baby pull me closer"
Earth: "I need space." #supermoon pic.twitter.com/wUALffXE3V
— Sohaa (@SohaTazz) November 14, 2016
#Supermoon through the telescope, here in Lahore. pic.twitter.com/uNCESVNmHR
— Mohammad Farooq (@MohammadFarooq_) November 14, 2016
Sensing A Bummer Here
Expectation VS Reality pic.twitter.com/aretEo0HxM
— Uzair Altaf (@Uzair_Here) November 14, 2016
SOMEBODY HAD TO SAY THIS YAS!!
That’s The Way We Like It
The moon looks so beautiful this close, I wish this can happen more often
— mariam (@mar1amalmheiri) November 14, 2016
Ye Bhi Zaroori Tha
Thankyou Raheel Shareef
— Huzaifa Mughal (@huzaifarafiq) November 14, 2016
Hands down, best #supermoon picture on internet today. pic.twitter.com/k831XYst5W
— * (@AnooshaIqbal) November 14, 2016
For those who love the moon, the stars, and the sky, they probably enjoyed tonight as it does look amazingly beautiful.
We conducted a poll to find out what the reason behind the ‘Supermoon’ is. Have your say as well:
Kya ye #Supermoon qayamat ki nishani hai?
— Parhlo (@parhlo) November 14, 2016