Keep Your Eyes on the Sky This Month: You’ll See a Record-breaking Supermoon – the Biggest in Nearly 70 Years

The moon – it’s always there after sunset, although we can’t always see it. The moon has inspired poets, painters, and artists for centuries. It has made millions of lovers kiss under its romantic shine, but also inspired horror stories. If you’re a fan of the moon like many of us are, then we have some good news. There’s going to be an astronomical event this month (we mean that both literally and figuratively), and the main star of it it’s going to be the moon. On the eve of November 14, keep your eyes locked on the sky and get your camera ready! The Moon will be the closest to Earth it’s been since January 1948, making it appear a lot bigger and a lot brighter than we’re used to.
The next time the Moon will come this close to Earth will be in 25 November 2034. That’s almost twenty years from now, so you really don’t want to miss this one.
If you want to find out more details about this year’s main astronomical event and how exactly do we get a supermoon, make sure to watch the video below by NASA.

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