On the 14th November, Hong Kong will have a chance to gaze at a full moon as the largest ‘super moon’ to appear over the city since 1948. The observatory forecasts good weather for the moon chasing to take place. The ‘super moon’ forms as the moon reaches its peak, at its closest distance to the earth, making it’s diameter to appear larger than usual, some say by 7%.
This occasion is deemed to be rare as the phenomenon would not take place again till 2034. According to the Observatory, the moon would be nearest to the earth at 7.21pm and appear full at 9.52 pm. We are expecting waves of people surrounding the beaches and open spaces in the city to get the chance in gazing at this incredible scene.