According to EarthSky.org, Thursday morning at 6:45 AM, the moon will be full. This one's known as the "Flower Moon" and it will be the last supermoon of 2020. Since the moon will be full in the morning and setting just as it gets full, you may want to cheat by going outside and seeing the "almost full moon" Wednesday night.

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If you're looking west on Thursday morning, around 6AM, the moon should be setting right in front of you. It will be at full moon and at the horizon the atmosphere should magnify it, so it should be very cool if it's clear. Around sunset, you'll be able to see it rise again in the east. It won't be getting very high in the sky, so get away from any tree lines.

And mark your calendar for Sunday, May 15th, 2022. We'll be getting a total lunar eclipse that night. BTW - April 8, 2024, we'll be getting a total solar eclipse in Michigan.

Here's the story on the supermoon this week.