Look up in the sky! It's Super Moon!

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Tonight's full moon will be the third "supermoon" of 2014 and will look slightly larger and brighter than normal.

Tonight and Saturday night are best times for checking our this super-sized satellite. The moon will rise on Friday just before 8pm and on Saturday just before 9pm.

Supermoon occur because the moons orbit around the earth is elliptical and tonight the moon will be closer to the earth than normal.

There will be two more supermoons in 2014. The next will be on August 10th and then again on September 9th.

Tonight it may be tough to get a glimpse of the supermoon through mostly cloudy skies but Saturday night you may get your chance with partly cloudy skies in the forecast.