So, if you're looking to see it at night, stargazers can look up at the sky on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday evenings where the moon will appear full.
Senior teaching fellow at University College London's (UCL) physics and astronomy department Dr Francisco Diego explains the moon will reach its brightest point at 3.53pm United Kingdom time on February 19. As an example, let's compare the August 10, 2014, supermoon to the smallest Full Moon of 2014, which occurred January 15.
Those lucky enough to be under clear skies will glimpse what is promising to be the biggest and brightest full moon of the year so far, the Super Snow Moon.
The next supermoon will be on March 19.
The "snow" in the name is used for February's full moon each year, because in the Northern Hemisphere, the heaviest snow typically falls in February.
After the moon rises about 6p.m. Tuesday, if it is visible, it will look a little bigger and brighter than usual.
"This perceived increase in size happens whenever you see the moon, regardless of its phase, near the horizon".
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Other names include "No Snow in the Trails Moon" by the Zuni tribe in the southwest, and "Shoulder to Shoulder Around the Fire Moon" by the Wishram tribe in the northwest.
Attention US-based skywatchers! February 19 will be the ideal day to gaze upon the Earth's lunar satellite, thanks to a not-so-little thing called the Snow Supermoon.
Back in November 2016 we experienced the closest the moon has come to Earth since January 26, 1948. It's about 356,800km (221,700 miles) away.
The moon will technically reach peak fullness next Tuesday morning, February 19, 2019, at 10:54 a.m. EST, but won't be visible to most in the U.S.at that time.
A 26 percent difference in brightness equals a magnitude difference of 0.25.
In general the supermoon will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter than the average moon.