1 Jan, 2018 @ 18:54
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New Year’s Day supermoon will be the brightest of 2018

Last supermoon of the year; best time to view it in Spain’s Malaga

TONIGHT the winter supermoon will light up the sky, the brightest of three supermoons in 2018.

Tonight is the first of three 2018 supermoons

The moon will be at the closest point to Earth minutes before 11pm. As with most supermoons, the moon will appear 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than usual. Getting away from city lights will only brighten the rare experience.

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