Dust off those binoculars because space fans are in for a celestial treat this month.
Tonight’s Snow Moon will be the second super moon of 2019 to grace our skies, appearing bigger and brighter to the human eye than usual as it makes its closest approach to Earth in the lunar cycle.
As one of 12 full moons to admire every year, February’s moon was nicknamed the Snow Moon by early Native Americans to symbolise the country’s heavy snowfall and challenging hunting conditions.
But when and how can you see it? Here we’ve compiled a complete guide to our moon, Earth’s only natural satellite and the largest and brightest object in our night sky which has enchanted and inspired mankind for centuries….