This year’s next supermoon, Worm Moon, will be staged Monday night U.S. time,media reported. The supermoon occurs at the point at which the full moon is closest to Earth in its orbit (perigee), at which point it is brighter and larger than the normal full moon. NASA says the moon will reach perigee at 11:31 p.m. Pacific time Monday.
If you don’t plan to get up at that time, there is another time to watch. It is reported that from Sunday to Tuesday night the moon will be full moon.
The next full moon will also be the supermoon, which will take place a month later on April 7. The last supermoon was a month ago, on the weekend of February 9. The full moon, which appeared in September last year, was not a supermoon, but it made headlines for the presence of a full moon that could be seen across the country on Black Friday.