The first full moon of 2019 rose in the early hours of January 21.
Jon Rudder captures the Super Snow Moon shortly after 7 a.m.
Astronomers call it "perigee", and when the Moon reaches its closest distance on February 19, it would seem to be much bigger and brighter than an ordinary full moon.
Other common names for February's full moon are the Bony Moon, Hunger Moon and Little Famine Moon, according to the almanac. As a result, the moon appears to be up to 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter during a supermoon.
That occurred when a full moon came close to the Earth on its elliptic orbit - resulting in a slightly larger-than-usual apparent size of the lunar disk as viewed from Earth.
It's predicted to be the biggest and brightest supermoon of 2019 so that should help people see it when the cloud thins out in some areas.
On Tuesday, the Moon will be 221,734 miles (356,846 kilometers) from Earth, resulting to the closest full moon to our planet in 2019, according to EarthSky.
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The term "Snow Moon" came from Native American tribes in the northern and eastern USA who named it for the heavy snow falls that happened during this season, according to NASA.
The heavy snowfall known to occur during this time of the year, along with the problems of food scarcity which made hunting hard for people years ago is also one of the reasons for its secondary title, "The Hunger Moon" according to the Almanac. The supermoon occurring in the month of February is called a snow moon also.
It was also sometimes called the Hunger Moon, because the snow made hunting hard, or the Crust Moon, because the snow cover becomes crusted from thawing by day and freezing by night.
Keen stargazers across Australia are getting ready for a glimpse of the biggest and brightest full moon of the year when it lights up the sky on Tuesday night.
Unfortunately, at this time the sun will be above the horizon, meaning it won't be visible at that point in the UK.
So tonight might not exactly live up to the hype, but Dr Tucker says if you want to check out the supermoon the best time would be just after sunset because "that's when it's at it's fullest". This is when it will appear to be biggest, although this is mostly due to an optical illusion.
The moon will be the most visible around 5pm. At 5.47pm the Moon will rise and around 6pm the sun will set, giving you the opportunity to see this phenomenon.