A supermoon occurs when the full moon coincides with the moon’s perigee. The moon’s orbit around Earth is elliptical, which means it is not a perfect circle. This means that the moon’s distance from Earth varies throughout its orbit. The closest point to Earth is called perigee, and the farthest point is called apogee.
When the full moon coincides with perigee, the moon appears about 14% larger and 30% brighter than when it is at apogee. This is because the moon’s apparent size is determined by its distance from Earth, so when it is closer, it appears larger.
The best time to see a supermoon is shortly after sunset, when the moon is low in the sky. This is because the moon’s apparent size is greatest when it is close to the horizon.
If you have clear skies, you should be able to see the supermoon with the naked eye. However, if you want to get a closer look, you can use binoculars or a telescope.
The supermoon will be visible from all over the world. However, if you live in an area with light pollution, you may not be able to see it as well. If you want to get the best view, try to find a spot with clear skies and low light pollution.