Skywatchers are set to enjoy the last supermoon of 2020 in May when the flower Moon lights up the sky. Named for the arrival of spring flowers, the “Super Flower Moon” is the last in a series of four supermoons. It's showcasing the 4th-closest (and therefore the 4th-largest) full moon of the year. The term "supermoon" was coined by the astrologer Richard Nolle in 1979 and refers to either a new or full Moon that occurs within 90% of perigee, its closest approach to Earth in a given orbit. The Moon will be full on May 7 at at 10:45 UTC (6:45 a.m. ET), according to NASA. There is nothing more beautiful than a Full Moon lighting up the sky at night. Weather permitting, skywatchers around the world will be able to see the last Supermoon of the year. Take a few minutes out of your evening and enjoy the show. Clear Skies Everyone!