It's the summer of supermoons! No, the moon won't have any superpowers. It will look really big though.
The three full moons of this summer all occur at the point where their orbit is closest to the earth ... making them look really, really big.
Supermoons usually happen about every 13 months, so having three in a row is a treat. (Via Getty Images)
Get out your calendar because you don't want to miss this natural phenomenon.
The supermoons will occur on July 12, August 10 and September 9. Scientists say the moon will be at its very largest on August 10 because that's when the moon will be at its closest to the Earth.
NASA reports a supermoon that occurred last year was "14% larger and 30% brighter than most full moons."
That 2013 supermoon was actually one of three in a row as well, but was the only one big enough to grab the world's attention. (Via Getty Images)
CNN covered how people all over the world took artsy and creative pictures of that supermoon.
And photographers know the best time to snap the supermoon is when it is on the horizon. The best time to grab a pic of this week's supermoon will be early Saturday morning.