Nikon Coolpix P900
The Full Moon was visible in the day this morning in the direction of 244.65° WSW↑ with moon altitude at 8.64°. The daytime moon was 99.2% full at a distance of 360,569 km which makes it close to a SuperMoon. The sun had just risen about the same time in the opposite direction of the moon in the east casting a light on the block of flats below. Over the next few days the moon in its gibbous moon phase will descend in the WSW direction at a later time each day. The moon is a beauty in the sky whenever it is is visible and no could miss it if it is seen at the correct direction when it rises and sets.