You have less than a week to get your cameras ready to catch the largest supermoon in almost 70 years. On 14 November 2016, the moon will be 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a normal full moon because of it being closer to the earth.
This will be the closest that the moon will get to the Earth for the next 18 years, setting this supermoon apart from all the rest. The moon appears larger than usual, due to its location in orbit, therefore the name, supermoon.
The best would be to get out of the city if you would like to capture a clear shot of this impressive phenomenon, as air pollution in cities might diminish your chances of getting the perfect photo. The size of the moon will be clearer at the horizon, where trees and objects help contextualize its glorious glow.
Remember to set your alarm and charge your devices, this will be an event that shouldn’t be missed.