Happy Cinco de Mayo
“Should you choose to celebrate ....with a few margaritas, be forewarned. The giant moon in the sky is not caused by the effects of the alcohol.
Due to the moon's position in the sky, its relationship to the Earth and the fact that it occurs during a full moon, what you'll see late on the night of May 5 is called a "supermoon."
At precisely 11:34 p.m. ET, the moon will be at its perigee, the closest point to the Earth along its elliptical orbit. The moon will also be full, making for quite a spectacle.”