Tonight at sunset the nearly Full Moon will rise in the east at about 8 pm local time. At 11:34 pm EST the Moon will be closest to Earth for the month, or at perigee, and at 11:35 pm EST, the Moon will be directly lined up with the Earth and Sun to be at Full Moon. Popular culture now refers to this perigee-Full Moon event as a Super Moon.
For 2012 this will be the closest Full Moon of the year and it will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter. If you have clear skies and a clear view of your surroundings, you should notice the extra amount of moonlight.
I hope to get some pics and share them with you.
Read More About It: http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2012/02may_supermoon/
Sky Guy in VA