People in Europe got a first glance Sunday at the Supermoon. It's the largest, brightest full moon in nearly seven decades. (Courtesy: NBC)
The moon has given us all the biggest show in the sky tonight and will continue its picture perfect ways tomorrow.
It's the phenomenon called the Supermoon. A Supermoon happens when the moon becomes full on the same day when its orbit is closest to Earth. Supermoons come around once every thirteen months.
But, what makes this moon special is the fact that the moon will look bigger than ay any point in the past 68-years. According to astronomers, the moon will turn full exactly at 8:52 Monday morning. But, you can enjoy the view anytime the moon is out in the next day or two.