Take a walk outside tonight, Colorado, and you might just see a supermoon.
The “Worm” moon, set to rise tonight, is one of just a few full moons to come extra close to Earth — so it looks bigger and brighter than usual.
Sunday’s supermoon will rise in the east at about 7:30 p.m. and reach its highest point at 12:47 a.m., according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac.
Skies around Denver should be clear Sunday night, so it should be easy to soak up the moonlight. The Worm moon will set in the west at 7:08 a.m.
Here are the rest of this year’s full moons with their names:
- March 28 — Worm Moon
- April 26 — Pink Moon
- May 26 — Flower Moon
- June 24 — Strawberry Moon
- July 23 — Buck Moon
- August 22 — Sturgeon Moon
- September 20 — Harvest Moon
- October 20 — Hunter’s Moon
- November 19 — Beaver Moon
- December 18 — Cold Moon
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