Skygazers will have the chance to see the first of TWO August supermoons later tonight.
A supermoon occurs when a full moon is at its closest point to earth, making it appear closer and brighter than normal. Tonight’s supermoon, the first of two this month can be seen with darker skies and limited light pollution, so countrysides and more rural areas will have the best viewpoint.
It’s fairly cloudy at the moment, so chances of seeing the spectacular moon may be limited! Typical Scottish Summer!