Although it was mostly hidden behind clouds in our area, the biggest, brightest moon we've seen in almost two decades has risen around the country.
Scientists call it a "supermoon."
It's the closest the moon has physically come to Earth since March of 1993, and it is a full moon as well.
That combination makes the moon appear 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter at its peak.
The moon is a little over 221,000 miles away from Earth.