On the night of Sunday, November 13, the closest full moon since 1948 will appear in the sky.
They say if you’re below retirement age, you’ll never have seen it so big or so bright.
NASA has dubbed it an “extra-supermoon” because of its proximity to the Earth, and due to the fact it won’t appear again until until 2034.
Since another full moon this close and this large in the sky will not be seen for another 18 years, we here at Infomaniac encourage you to get out and see it for yourself, weather and clear skies permitting.
Note: The Mistress is neither an astronomer nor a scientist so for more information, click here.