The so-called “supermoon” will be the largest full moon people have seen in the sky since 1948, reports Space. It will look 15% bigger and be 16% brighter than typical full moons. Spotting it is easy, of course; just look up into the sky tonight. Though it’s worth noting that while appearing 15% larger than the typical full moon, people who don’t often gaze at the moon might not be able to tell a difference. After tonight’s supermoon, the moon won’t be this close to Earth again until November 25, 2034.MG
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