Have you ever dreamed about seeing a supersized moon? Well, after 70 years, the moon will be the fullest in size than we’ve seen it before.
On the nights of November 13th and 14th, NASA confirmed that the “supersized moon” will look plenty full and bright all night long. Since 1946, the moon will be the closest it’s been to earth.
According to NASA, the moon can appear 14% bigger and 30% brighter than usual. The old farmer’s almanac calls this “the mega beaver moon,” because way-back-when, colonists used to set beaver traps in the river during this time, to collect furs before the winter.
If you want to see the supersized moon, when the moon is the fullest in size- go outside the morning of November 14th, at 8:52 a.m. Eastern Standard Time.
You won’t want to miss this! Will you be checking out the supersized moon?