This is the full moon in March and is called the Full Worm Moon.
The equinox begins at 5:58 p.m. EDT Wednesday kicking off the astronomical spring season.
If you're in the United Kingdom, the moon will be at its brightest at around 1.43am on Thursday, March 21.
AccuWeather reports the next supermoon isn't set to rise until February 9, 2020. The name ties into how "The ground begins to soften and earthworm casts reappear, inviting the return of robins", according to "The Old Farmer's Almanac".
It will be the last of a trio of supermoons that kicked off the first three months of 2019.
It appears especially bright when viewed through a small telescope or binoculars. The best way to spot this giant moon is to catch it as close as possible to moonrise, CNET reports.
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"To really get the detail of the moon's surface, you should be using focal lengths of around 200mm".
The final supermoon of the year will happen on Wednesday, and it's a little unique compared to previous ones.
NASA also revealed Asteroid 2019EA2 will shoot pass Earth around the same time - and will be closer to us than Moon when it does.
Keen-eyed stargazers in the southern hemisphere will be able to see a supermoon on Thursday night - but not before those in the north have seen it first. Unfortunately, local sky observers seem likely to face increasing clouds by late Wednesday.
"The Moon orbits Earth in an ellipse, an oval that brings it closer to and farther from Earth as it goes around". If the skies are clear in your area, the moon's enhanced size and brightness level should be pretty obvious.