STARGAZERS at Stonehenge and around the world are looking forward to catching a glimpse of the biggest supermoon in nearly 70 years.
Tonight’s supermoon will be particularly large because it is the first time that the full moon has come this close to Earth since 1948.
Make sure you look up to the night’s sky this evening because there will not be another supermoon as big and bright as this one until 2034.
The best time to see Monday’s supermoon in the UK will be at around 4.45pm – but a sighting will depend on the weather.
But the moon will actually be at its closest – 356,509km away – at 11.21am this morning.
NASA said that the biggest and brightest moon for American stargazers will be on Monday morning just before dawn.
A Met Office spokesman said: “Monday evening and overnight Monday night is the best chance to…
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