It’s Monday, 14th November, and the Supermoon is out tonight!
Photo of the August 2014 supermoon by Dave Doe on Flickr
Tonight’s moon will be the biggest and brightest since 1948, and we won’t see one to compare with it until 2034. More info from the Telegraph.
Get the full story from NASA.
But if you missed this one, all is not lost. There’ll be one more Supermoon this year, on December 14. It won’t be as spectacular as this one, but it’ll blot out the Geminid meteor shower! Find out more from NASA’s Solar System Exploration pages.