Look to the sky tonight and you will witness the first and last super moon of 2017. Supermodels are produced when the moon is full at the same time it reaches its perigee, the point in its orbit when it is closest to Earth, the Space. com reports Approximately 3:45 a.m. EST (Eastern Time) Tomorrow morning, the moon will be only 238,000 miles from us, about 16,000 miles closer than its average distance. And since it will have completely filled less than 24 hours before, the moon will appear up to 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter in the sky.
If you wish to add to this, Robert Mbadey of the Royal Astronomical Society told the BBC that the best time to see the super moon will be when it is established tomorrow. What astronomers call the "moon illusion" will make the moon appear even larger as it approaches the horizon. NASA calls the super moon tonight the first of a trilogy. There will also be supermodels on January 1 and 31. And since the full moon of January 31 will be the second in the same month, it will be an extremely rare blue moon.