You might want to wake up a little early tomorrow if you're really into The Moon because it will be the closest it will ever get to Earth in 2022 at 5am!
Known as the Buck Moon, July's full moon is set to rise on Wednesday, July 13 and become a "supermoon" based on how large it looks to us on Earth and you won't even need binoculars to see it happen.
July's "supermoon" will reach its peak illumination at 5:00 a.m. ET so if you get up early for work then maybe add a few minutes to your morning routine just to look up at the sky.
You can read more about what makes a "supermoon" possible HERE and get ready for your early-rising friends to be posting to their IG stories tomorrow morning!