As the second in a series of three, Nov. 14 full moon is going to be the most incredible sight you’ll see, possibly in your lifetime.
Supermoons occur when a moon at perigee — its closest point to the Earth — happens at the same time as a full or new moon. This phenomena makes the moon appear much larger in the sky.
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Though awe-inspiring, November’s supermoon will the most impressive yet. It is projected to be the brightest and biggest moon since 1948, and it likely won’t happen again until 2034, so seeing such an incredible sight might be a once-in-a-lifetime chance.
Take a look through the gallery above to see photos of supermoons around the world, and don’t miss your chance to see the upcoming one.