All this week, the brightest moon we’ve seen in close to 70 years will be lighting up the sky.
The phenomenon known as the supermoon will reach its most luminescent in North America before dawn on Monday at 6:21 a.m. Eastern Time.
The moon will be within 356,508 kilometres of Earth.
According to NASA, it will be the closest full moon to earth since 1948, and it won’t be as close again until 2034.
That’s when the moon will be even closer to us, around 221,485 miles.
Experts say supermoons can appear up to 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than an average full moon.