The first supermoon of 2020 You can see this weekend in all its splendor. Call ‘Snow Moon ‘, coinciding with the snowfall period in the northern hemisphere, it is characterized by being whiter and brighter than usual.
As it is a supermoon – this occurs when the Moon is at the point closest to Earth, called Perigee -, it will be one of the biggest full moons of the whole year.
The ‘Snow Moon’ will be visible from Saturday night to Sunday and will reach its peak around 8:30 a.m. (Spanish peninsular time), according to the National Astronomical Observatory.
No special device will be required to see it. However, experts recommend moving away from cities looking for a less illuminated location.