That’s the advice officially issued by NASA as the world prepares to be visually wowed by an awe inspiring ‘supermoon’.
On November 14, the most super of ‘supermoons’ will rise sending star gazers into a virtual tailspin of astrological excitement.
And according to NASA no matter where you are located in the world, you’ll be able to see the ‘supermoon’, providing the weather behaves.
On November 14 the Moon will be the closest to Earth (called perigee) it has been in the 21st century, as it orbits the planet.
The full Moon won’t come this close again to earth until November 25, 2034.