Tonight at 10:35 CST, a super moon, the biggest and brightest full moon of the year will begin to rise climb to its highest point. It will be 31,000 miles closer to the earth than any other full moon this year which will make for some spectacular viewing as it reaches its closest point at around 11 tonight, CST.
It will be 16 percent brighter than normal and cause some dramatic high and low tides along the coasts. Not only that, but it may interfer with a meteor shower from Haley's comet.
What a night to be outside and watching the sky. The moon will begin its rise in east at around 6:45 CST, being closest to the horizon and providing the most astounding view.