This week, our beloved moon will appear bigger and brighter in the sky than it has at any point in the past 68 years.
Our original, celestial satellite will pass by Earth at a distance of 356,511km – the closest it has been to us since 1948.
Now, we know we’re probably not going to be able to see it due to our famously murky skies (thanks Beijing!) but that’s not going to stop us having a try!
So come along, and see if we can’t spot this super-est of supermoons… because we won’t see its like again until 2034 (by which point, we’ll all be old and turning grey!)
And remember to wrap up warm, because there’s only such much good a nice glass of warm mulled wine can do – it is November after all!