If you like gazing at the night sky and thinking about what's out there, tonight is a special night. For the only time this year, the moon will appear much bigger and brighter than normal, in what astonomers call a 'supermoon.'
We hope you didn't miss that huge moon on Saturday…but if you did, don't fret. Just browse the gallery below for some spectacular shots of the "largest" full moon since 1993.
At precisely 3 p.m. Eastern Time tomorrow, the largest full moon in 18 years will show its ginormous self. The moon will be so close to Earth that it's already being called a "supermoon" when it gets its act on.