It won't be the biggest of the Supermoons, but impressive nonetheless.Tonight, cast your eyes on the sky above for the last of the "supermoons".

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When the moon turns full on Monday, Sept. 8 at 8:38 p.m. It not only will become the last supermoon of the summer, but also this year's Harvest Moon. Tonight's supermoon won’t be the largest of the Summer of 2014 supermoons, what makes it interesting is that it coincides with the Harvest Moon.

The Harvest Moon is a full moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox (Fall).

Here's some cool information on the Harvest Moon.

Read more on the Supermoon Phenomenon here