World to see biggest, brightest supermoon since 1948 to on November 14

The biggest, brightest ‘supermoon’ that most people alive today will ever have a chance to see will be at the next full moon on November 14, when its orbit brings it closer to Earth than at any other time since 1948, almost 70 years ago.

According to NASA, the full moon on November 14 will be 7 pct larger and 16 pct brighter than the average full moon. In Greece, the ‘supermoon’ will be at its peak at 15:52 Greek time on November 14, when it is still daylight, but the moon is expected to be almost equally impressive on the nights of November 13 and November 14.

The next time the moon comes this close to Earth again will be in November 2034, NASA said.