Don't forget Mondays Supermoon.
The Moon is closest to the Earth at 11:23hrs (11:23am) on Monday 14 November 2016 when the distance between the centres of our two worlds will be 221,525 miles (356,510 kilometres). But we won't see this from the UK as the moon is out of sight below the horizon.
Full Moon occurs at 13:52hrs (1:52pm) on Monday 14 November 2016 when the sun, moon and our planet are perfectly aligned to give us a full moon. The Actual moment of the Supermoon. But we won't see this from the UK as the moon is out of sight below the horizon.
Observers in the British Isles looking for the perfect opportunity to see the largest Supermoon ever since 1948 should find an unobstructed east-northeast horizon to witness moonrise in bright twilight at 16.46hrs (4:46pm) on Monday 14 November 2016.
The next BIG supermoon won't be until November 2034