On Monday evening, we’ll be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime supermoon.
This is the closest a full moon has been in nearly 70 years — and the next time a full moon will be this close is 18 years from now.
According to NASA, this supermoon will look 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a normal full moon.
Scientifically, this is called a ‘perigee moon’ — which happens when the moon’s orbit is closest to earth, making it look extra large and bright.
When the ‘perigee moon’ happens to coincide with a full moon, it’s called a supermoon.
The moon rises in the northeast at 18:24 on November 14.
If you miss it, there will be another supermoon — but not quite as super as this one — next month on December 14.