Saturday’s new moon will be closest to Earth in 1,337 years Pipa News

Saturday’s new moon will be closest to Earth in 1,337 years

Saturday’s new moon will not be visible to the naked eye, but is expected to be significant as it will be the closest new moon to Earth in 1,337 years.

Amavasya will be closest to Earth in the last 992 years. According to the report, this is the closest new moon in 1,337 years and the next time it will be so close to Earth in 345 years.

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry states that the new moon phase occurs each month and occurs when the Moon is between the Sun and Earth.

Similarly how is a full moon the opposite of a new moon. The bright side of the Moon, which is normally visible, is on the far side, so the Moon is hidden from Earth’s perspective.

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