The first of two supermoons happens tonight. The full supermoon rising in the southeast is considered a supermoon because it’ll be a full moon with an orbit closer than normal to Earth, about 222,159 miles away. To wrap the month, a rare blue moon, also a full moon, will rise above the Earth’s horizon at 222,043 miles away on Aug. 30. The last time we saw a blue moon was in August 2021. Blue moons, according to NASA, typically appear every two to three years. So, break out your camera and telescope and enjoy the celestial show!