If you missed last month’s Super Blood Wolf Moon, plan on staying up late Tuesday night to catch another stellar celestial event.
The full moon on Tuesday, Feb. 19 will the biggest supermoon of 2019, according to the Farmer’s Almanac. The moon will be at its closest point to Earth all year as well as the largest full moon all year, making it appear as much as 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter.
The moon will be at its closest point to Earth at 4 a.m. EST Tuesday then will reach its fullest at 10:54 a.m. EST, so you can keep an eye out for the full moon early Tuesday morning and into Tuesday night.
February’s moon is referred to as the Full Snow Moon, since February is usually the month with heaviest snowfall in the Northern Hemisphere.