Mark your calendars, people! The biggest moon of the 21st century will be visible on November 14. A Supermoon occurs when a full moon takes place while it is closest to Earth. Supermoons generally appear 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than average full moons. Although not as large as the November 14 moon, another Supermoon will take place on December 14. The next time the moon will be this close to Earth again (Supermoon) will be in year 2034. Don’t miss the Supermoon, next Monday!