According to USA Today, because of the time of year in the United States, the event is called the snow moon, a Native American nickname to the monthly events, like harvest moon for September and strawberry moon in June and sturgeon moon in August, giving it the full name Super Snow Moon.
A full moon being hailed as a "super snow moon" is sure to get spectators howling when it hovers in the sky on Tuesday night - because it will feature the biggest and brightest moon of the year. It will also be a "super moon", which means the moon will be at its closest point in its orbit around the Earth.
A supermoon phenomenon occurs when a full moon, on its oval-shaped orbit, is at its closest to us, known as perigee, which is about 356,000 kilometres as measured from the centre of the Earth to the centre of the moon. It is expected to be the brightest moon of its kind until 2026. This is the second supermoon of 2019, after the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse that occurred on January 20.
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The Cherokee referred to it as the "Bone Moon" as it was the time of the year when food was so scarce that people nibbled on bones and drank bone marrow soup. A fun fact that you'd like to know is that the different tribes have their own names for February's moon.
When can people see the super snow moon?
On Tuesday, the Sun will set around 5.22pm GMT for London but the time will differ slightly depending on your location.
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The last time these two events aligned was 19 years ago in March 2000. However, the moon will look its biggest and brightest at 6:55 a.m. EST (hence the aforementioned early-morning wake-up call).
The moon will appear even bigger at the horizon, but don't be fooled by the optical illusion.
A full moon as seen from Centerport, New York.
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If you miss this month's supermoon, don't fret, as there is going to be another one on March 21, 2019. As a result the eclipse looks more like a "ring of fire", with a thicker ring of light visible in comparison to a total solar eclipse.