The last supermoon of the year rises Thursday: Watch it online for free

The last supermoon of the year will rise on Thursday (Aug. 11), and you can watch it online in the early hours of Friday morning (Aug. 12) as it shines above Rome’s historic skyline. 

Weather permitting, the Virtual Telescope Project will begin its livestream Friday (Aug. 12) at 01:30 a.m. EDT (0530 GMT). You can watch the last supermoon of the year at the project’s website (opens in new tab) or here at Space.com.  



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