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    Posted: November 14 2016 at 9:40am
https://www.rt.com/news/366839-supermoon-new-zealand-earthquake/ and https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moon/super-full-moon.html

January 26 1948 was the last "supermoon" (moon closest position to the earth) before the present "supermoon". What did january/february 1948 bring earthquake-wise ? 


look interesting....

Maybe there may be a relationship ? More data needed !
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http://earthsky.org/space/what-is-a-supermoon#perigee-special (formula to calculate supermoons)

Dates of closest full supermoons in past and future years. More often than not, the one day of the year that the full moon and perigee align also brings about the year’s closest perigee (also called proxigee). Because the moon has recurring cycles, we can count on the full moon and perigee to come in concert in periods of about one year, one month and 18 days.

lunar month refers to the time period between successive full moons, a mean period of 29.53059 days. An anomalistic month refers to successive returns to perigee, a period of 27.55455 days. Hence:

14 x 29.53059 days = 413.428 days
15 x 27.55455 days = 413.318 days

Therefore, the full moon and perigee realign in periods of about 413 days (one year and 48 days). So we can figure the dates of the closest full moons in recent and future years as:

March 19, 2011

May 6, 2012

June 23, 2013

August 10, 2014

September 28, 2015

November 14, 2016

January 2, 2018.

There won’t be a perigee full moon in 2017 because the full moon and perigee won’t realign again (after November 14, 2016) until January 2, 2018.

Looking further into the future, the perigee full moon will come closer than 356,500 kilometers for the first time in the 21st century (2001-2100) on November 25, 2034 (356,446 km). The closest full moon of the 21st century will fall on December 6, 2052 (356,425 km).

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  1. 9.1

    near the east coast of Honshu, Japan

    2011-03-11 05:46:24 (UTC)

  2. 8.8

    offshore Bio-Bio, Chile

    2010-02-27 06:34:11 (UTC)

  3. 8.6

    off the west coast of northern Sumatra

    2012-04-11 08:38:36 (UTC)

  4. 8.3

    48km W of Illapel, Chile

    2015-09-16 22:54:32 (UTC)

  5. 8.3

    Sea of Okhotsk

    2013-05-24 05:44:48 (UTC)

  6. 8.2

    off the west coast of northern Sumatra

    2012-04-11 10:43:10 (UTC)

  7. 8.2

    94km NW of Iquique, Chile

    2014-04-01 23:46:47 (UTC)

  8. 8.0

    76km W of Lata, Solomon Islands

    2013-02-06 01:12:25 (UTC)

  9. 7.9

    19km SE of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska

    2014-06-23 20:53:09 (UTC)

  10. 7.9

    near the east coast of Honshu, Japan

    2011-03-11 06:15:40 (UTC)

  11. 7.8

    northern Sumatra, Indonesia

    2010-04-06 22:15:01 (UTC)

  12. 7.8

    36km E of Khudi, Nepal

    2015-04-25 06:11:25 (UTC)

  13. 7.8

    Haida Gwaii, Canada

    2012-10-28 03:04:08 (UTC)

  14. 7.8

    Kepulauan Mentawai region, Indonesia

    2010-10-25 14:42:22 (UTC)

  15. 7.8

    189km WNW of Chichi-shima, Japan

    2015-05-30 11:23:02 (UTC)

  16. 7.7

    Scotia Sea

    2013-11-17 09:04:55 (UTC)

  17. 7.7

    61km NNE of Awaran, Pakistan

    2013-09-24 11:29:47 (UTC)

  18. 7.7

    Sea of Okhotsk

    2012-08-14 02:59:38 (UTC)

  19. 7.7

    off the east coast of Honshu, Japan

    2011-03-11 06:25:50 (UTC)

  20. 7.7

    53km SW of Iquique, Chile

    2014-04-03 02:43:13 (UTC)

  21. 7.7

    83km E of Khash, Iran

    2013-04-16 10:44:20 (UTC)

  22. 7.6

    93km SSE of Kirakira, Solomon Islands

    2014-04-12 20:14:39 (UTC)

  23. 7.6

    173km WNW of Iberia, Peru

    2015-11-24 22:45:38 (UTC)

  24. 7.6

    Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines

    2010-07-23 22:51:11 (UTC)

  25. 7.6

    211km S of Tarauaca, Brazil

    2015-11-24 22:50:54 (UTC)

  26. 7.6

    Kermadec Islands region

    2011-07-06 19:03:18 (UTC)

  27. 7.6

    Costa Rica

    2012-09-05 14:42:07 (UTC)

  28. 7.6

    Philippine Islands region

    2012-08-31 12:47:33 (UTC)

  29. 7.5

    130km SSW of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea

    2015-05-05 01:44:06 (UTC)

  30. 7.5

    45km E of Farkhar, Afghanistan

    2015-10-26 09:09:42 (UTC)

  31. 7.5

    70km SW of Panguna, Papua New Guinea

    2014-04-19 13:28:00 (UTC)

  32. 7.5

    Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines

    2010-07-23 23:15:10 (UTC)

  33. 7.5

    Southeastern Alaska

    2013-01-05 08:58:19 (UTC)

  34. 7.5

    Nicobar Islands, India region

    2010-06-12 19:26:50 (UTC)

  35. 7.5

    53km SE of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea

    2015-03-29 23:48:31 (UTC)

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Comparing the lists looks "interesting" 

A M9.1 march 11-2011 supermoon=march 19 2011

  M8.8 february 27-2010 supermoon was march 19 2011-413days=http://www.datumcalculator.nl/berekendagen  jan 30 2010=supermoon

M8.6  11april 2012 supermoon was may 6 2012

M8.3 16 sept 2015 supermoon was sept 28 2015

another M8.3 24 may 2013 supermoon was june 23 2013

M8.2 april 11 2012 supermoon was may 6 (same as the M8.6)

M8.0 feb 6 2013 supermoon was june 23 2013  (so no link at all !)

M7.9 june 23 2014 supermoon was august 10 2014

M7.9 march 11 2011 supermoon was march 19 2011

M7.8 april 6 2010 supermoon was jan 30 2010

M7.8 april 25 2015 supermoon was sept 28 2015

M7.8 oct 28 2012 supermoon was may 6 2012

M7.8 may 30 2015 supermoon was sept 28 2015

M7.7 sept 24 2013 supermoon was june 23 2013

M7.7 aug 14 2012 supermoon was may 2012

M7.7 march 11 2011 (also a M7.9) supermoon was march 19 2011

M7.7


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