“Super Flower Moon” will rise during dusk tonight—Thursday, May 7. Unless you caught it earlier this morning on the other side of the planet or moonset, this is your first and last opportunity to see a supermoon where it looks biggest and best—on the horizon—until summer 2021.
The full moon will appear about six percent larger than a typical full moon. The final of four so-called “supermoons” in 2020, today’s full moon phase occurs at precisely 10:45 Universal Time. However, the best time to look at the supermoon is tonight for those in western Europe and North America—which are the two best-placed regions of the world for this particular full moon.
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