The "Super Snow Moon", the largest supermon of the year, shines over the sky of North Carolina on Tuesday, February 19th.
Fox News reported that the moon will climb at 5:46 pm Eastern Time and set at 7:35 AM on February 20th.
The moon will be about 221,734 miles from the Earth, the closest full course to our planet. On average, the distance from Earth to the Moon is about 238,855 km.
Supermones occur when the orbit of the Moon brings it to the nearest point to Earth when the Moon is full.
The moon will be particularly great when it is close to the horizon due to optical illusion, known as "moonlight illusion".
This case is known as the "super snowy moon" due to the heavy snowfall, which usually occurs at this time of year.