RED BANK, NJ: Named as a reference when earthworms start making their appearance in early spring, the Worm Moon will rise tonight at 6:02pm EST.
Called a “Supermoon” because the moon tracks closer to the earth than an average full moon.
If the weather cooperates, it appears larger and brighter than usual, especially as it comes up over the horizon.
It’s going to be a big one and should be spectacular.
Have you been wondering what those bright "lights" are when you look up into the night sky?
Click HERE to watch a cool NASA video on how skywatching tips and how you can see Saturn, Jupiter and Mars in the early mornings of March.
So, set your smartphone alarm and step outside to see one of the most magnificent sites that nature has to offer.
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