Catch the Last ‘Supermoon’ of the Year Early Next Week
Just in case you didn't catch the first three this year, this'll be your last chance to see one in 2017!
This has been one fascinating year up in the heavens as we've had plenty to see with everything from Blood moons, to lunar and even solar eclipses... and now on Monday, December 3, the "Full Cold Moon" will rise!
According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, it'll be the best – and last – supermoon of 2017, and it's supposed to appear brighter and larger than any moon this year.
The moon will be it's brightest around 3 a.m. however you'll still be able to see it through sunset and again during sunrise on December 4.
If the weather doesn't cooperate, or you miss it entirely don't worry. The Virtual Telescope Project will share a video feed of the event!
The good news is the next two full moon cycles – January 2 and 31 – will also be supermoons so there's plenty more to see in 2018!
It's just as common as the Minnesota Goodbye, and it's a lot shorter. Are you guilty of doing the Minnesota 'or no'?