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FJS update - 7th April

Good afternoon Friends,

 

I trust you are well and finding a new rhythm in this new world.

 

Today’s challenge comes from one of our families;

 

PINK SUPERMOON: HOW TO WATCH THE BIGGEST AND BRIGHTEST FULL MOON OF 2020 THIS WEEK

 

Clear skies and reduced air pollution due to the coronavirus lockdown means April’s supermoon could be one of the best ever times to witness a rare celestial event in 2020

 

The supermoon's peak illumination will take place just after 6pm GMT on Tuesday, though it may not be visible until after sunset.

 

The best time and date to see April's supermoon is at moonrise on Tuesday and at moonset on Wednesday, when it is close to the horizon.

 

Supermoon – officially referred to as a perigean full moon – occurs when the full moon is at its closest point to Earth in its monthly orbit.

 

On 7-8 April, the moon will get as close as 356,907km (221,772 miles) to Earth, making it appear bigger and brighter in the night's sky.

 

I hope you are enjoying your art from yesterday; any photos can be sent to admin@. I’m keeping everything sent in to create some kind of memory book after all this has passed.

 

Hope to see you for yoga with Josie or on YouTube later.

 

Many thanks, stay safe and well.


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