March 19 will come Lunar perigee, the closest point to Earth orbit. Perigee this month, will the moon, said Steve Owens, in his book Dark Sky Diary, about 8% is closer to Earth than usual, and about 2% closer to Earth than the average lunar perigee. In fact, it will be the proximity of the Moon in 1992.
Related article: happy TrinityIn the last lunar perigee accountable for themselves natural disasters - an earthquake in Indonesia in 2005, a flood in Australia in 1954. But scientists say that a logical chain between these events hold no worth. John Bellini, a geophysicist at the Geological Survey of America (US Geological Survey) said: "A lot of research has been presented on this topic. But nobody could find any concrete facts from which it would follow that these events are related. "
Seismologists from around the world say that the earthquake has happened and is unlikely in the next few days there will be any more natural disasters. But, armed with a telescope, you can see the moon close as ever.