Super Full Moon – Sunday 23rd June 12:33 pm The moon may seem bigger and brighter.
Typical Effects of the Moon The moon is Earth’s only natural satellite that is in a synchronous rotation with the Earth. When viewed from Earth, you can only see one side of the Moon no matter what time it is due to the moon’s rotation and orbit around the Earth. The moon spins at about the same speed and direction as it orbits around the Earth which causes the same side to always be facing the Earth. It is the second brightest object in the sky after the Sun due to its soil’s reflective properties.
The tides on Earth are mostly generated by the intensity of the Moon’s gravitational pull from one side of the Earth to the other. The moon’s gravity can cause small ebbs and flows in the continents called land tides or solid Earth tides. These are greatest during the full and new moons because the sun and moon are aligned on the same or opposite sides of the Earth. Resource: Timeanddate.com