SuperMoon alignment in connection with great storms, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

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Full moon (19 March) will occur during Lunar Perigee meaning it will look much larger than normal especially when it rises on the eastern horizon at sunset, or given the right atmospheric conditions.

Some astronomers are predicting that the Lunar Perigee event coinciding with a Full Mean will affect climate patterns on Earth. Others have linked the event it with disasters, like earthquakes and volcanos. They pointed to storms New England in 1938, the disaster of Cyclone Tracy in 1974 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which were all associated with SuperMoon.

Scientists disagree however.

Pete Wheeler of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy said that there will be no earthquake or volcano eruption. If indeed that happens, it is predestined.

"At that time (19 March), the Earth does go through a higher tide, and a lower ebb than usual. There's nothing to worry about", he added.

The closest perigee in the years between 1750 and 2125 was 356,375 km on 4th January 1912.

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