In the words of the timeless film Coyote Ugly, none of us are truly capable of fighting the moonlight.
That will be especially true tonight and tomorrow when the moon will appear larger than it has in 68 years. The super Supermoon will officially reach its apex at 6am tomorrow morning, but it's expected to make a pretty impressive showing both Sunday and Monday night.
The next time a Supermoon will be this large won't be until 2034, so it's probably worth stepping outside and taking a quick peek if you have a sec.
Still not entirely convinced about leaving your apartment? We've all been there. Luckily, you can watch a livestream of the rare celestial event here.