This Sunday, catch the full March super moon Worm Moon

March’s full moon – a supermoon, some say – will dazzle skywatchers this Sunday (March 28), as the warm weather of spring invites more people to look out to gaze upward.

The full moon lasts only a moment, but devoted Moon viewers can catch it at 2:48 p.m. EDT (18:48 UTC) on Sunday, when the moon appears opposite the sun in longitude on Earth, according to a NASA statementPeople who miss this fleeting moment can still see a large, round moon – the rocky satellite will appear full for three days, from Saturday morning (March 27) through Tuesday morning (March 30).