There will be an amazing spectacle tonight as the first supermoon in almost 70 years appears in the night sky.
Tomorrow morning, November 14th, the moon will be the closest it has been to Earth since 1948. It will appear 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than the average monthly full moon. Of course that’s dependent on hopefully viewing the supermoon without the obstruction of a cloudy night. Unfortunately it appears that Bradford West Gwillimbury will be cloudy for the supermoon on Nov 14th 2016.
If you happen to miss the moon tonight, you’ll have to wait until November 25, 2034 so take some time to go outside tonight and witness the impressive moon.