You remember that epic AF supermoon we got last month? Of course you do. We all do. 

Well, get out that planner and draw a big circle around the date November 14th.  

November's supermoon is planned to make an appearance, and you don't want to miss this. 

What does this mean again?  Listen up.

The moon will be the closest that's it been to Earth since, wait for it... 1948.  This supermoon will also appear to be 14 percent and 30 percent brighter than our average full moon.

NASA, which has referred to this moon as the extra-supermoon, has commented on the event saying, "when the moon is near the horizon, it can look unnaturally large when viewed through trees, buildings, or other foreground objects."

We know what you're thinking: "Didn't we just have one of these?" Again, yes we did.  And there will be another one on December 15th. 

But, the next time the moon will be this close to Earth will not be until, November 2034.  So, once again, clear your schedules.


NASA also says that yes, the effect of the moon is an optical illusion, but that will not take away from the experience. 

The moon will reach its peak around 8:52am on the morning of the 14th, so get ready for the Instagram. #NovemberSuperMoon

[via TimeOut NY] [Feature Image Courtesy USA Today]