An amazing Supermoon will emerge on March 9, 2020. As the Moon comes close to Earth, it will appear bigger and brighter than usual on this day. This 2020 March full Moon presents the 2nd-closest of 2020’s 4 Full Supermoons. This phenomenon also exerts a greater gravitational pull that can magnify the Moon's effect on ocean tides. The crest of the full Moon falls on March 9 at 17:48 UTC (1:48 p.m. Eastern - 12:48 p.m. Central). It's also known as "The Full Worm Moon." The full moon is the lunar phase when the Moon appears fully illuminated from Earth's perspective. This occurs when Earth is located between the Sun and the Moon. A Full Worm Supermoon Will Dazzle Skywatchers on Monday. Take a few minutes out of your evening and enjoy a bright Supermoon graces the night sky. Clear Skies Everyone!