Get ready! The largest, brightest supermoon in 68 years will be present tonight and extend tomorrow on November 14th. No need for a telescope, the moon will be noticeable bigger just with the naked eye. Start gazing at the sky around sunset to catch a glimpse.
This phenomenon will be present due to the Moon close proximity to the Earth. The last supermoon of this magnitude was in 1948. The next time you see another supermoon this large will be in 2034.
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