The night sky has been bright lately over our part of the world, and tomorrow morning (Monday), a so-called supermoon will make things the brightest they’ve been in 68 years.
Tomorrow morning’s moon will be the closest it’s been to earth since 1948.
According to Astronomy Now, the distance between the centres of the moon and earth will be 356,510 km, or 221,525 miles apart.
The next supermoon to be this close to us will come in 2034.
The best time to view the moon tomorrow morning will be in the hours just before dawn.