When the sun goes down on April 8, the world will be treated to the largest and brightest supermoon of 2020. Find out the best time to see the bright and beaming full moon (and learn some basic photography tips to capture it).
You’ve probably seen a bunch of headlines about the ‘super blood wolf moon’ total lunar eclipse which is set to wow stargazers on January 21. Unfortunately, most people in the Southern Hemisphere – including Australians – won’t be seeing anything out of the ordinary. Tch.
If you missed out on last night’s supermoon due to the crummy weather, we have some good news: tonight’s moon will still be bigger and brighter than usual. Here’s how to get the best vantage point.