On Sunday 13th November and Monday 14th November 2016 we will be treated to the largest super moon for over 70 years.

The night sky will be filled up with the amazing sight of a super moon that is 30% brighter and 40% larger than normal sized moon.

The name Super Moon comes from the astrologer Richard Nolle who was born in 1979. He discovered that a Super Moon occurs when the Sun, Earth and The Moon all line up with the moon at the closest point to Earth.

A supper moon may not be as rare as you think, they can happen every 13-14 months but tonight’s Super Moon is especially close, so its not to be missed.