14 Nov Supermoon sighting tonight
If you are looking to gaze upon the supermoon tonight – Nov. 14, make sure you go out at exactly when the moon hits closest to the earth.
According to PAG-ASA, the moon will be closest to the earth around 7:21 PM and will end around 9:21 PM – almost two hours before going full moon.
They also said that the moon’s brightness may be easily masked by clouds or the competing glare of urban lights.
The next supermoon happening will be in the next 18 years so make sure to supermoon-gaze tonight.