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As it approaches, its closest distance to the planet will be 0.00968 astronomical units, which is roughly about 1.4 million kilometers away.
In the congressional race, Baronda also won by a landslide against three other candidates including closest rival city councilor Joshua Alim.
However, it has emerged that the 'closest political ally' was not supposed to go out on the official communication.
The incumbent Senator, Binta Masi Garba of the APC scored the closest votes with 16,219.
In order for a supermoon to occur during the Lantern Festival, it must be a full moon that is closest to the earth on that night, and "a situation in which these two collide together is extremely small."
His mother, Gemma, wrote: "How amazing are these memory bears made out of Brad's clothes for the people closest to him.
Thanks to a County Durham soft-toy producer, Bradley's favourite outfits have been made into teddy bears for his closest friends and family.
The prizes were also awarded to Uzma Mir for 'longest drive' (ladies), Kumaran ('longest drive' men), Andrea Smilsky ('longest putt' ladies), Tony Sibley the (longest putt men), Keera Buchanan the ('closest to pin') and Ann MacKay the ('closest to rope').
They know that when the time comes those closest to them will know what to do.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern needs to issue an urgent written statement condemning Russia for its involvement in the Salisbury nerve agent attack before we are out of step with our closest friends and allies, Nationals Foreign Affairs spokesperson Todd McClay says.
On the same day a full lunar eclipse, Buabbas added, planet Mars fell on the same line of orbit with Earth and it reached its closest point from earth at 10:51 p.m.