Feeling a little bit crazy? Don't worry, it's just the Supermoon.
The moon reached perigee at 6:22 a.m. Monday, its closest point to the earth, according to The New York Times. That was the heavenly orb's nearest presence since 1948, making the moon appear 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter, according to the London Telegraph.
The Supermoon will again glow with glory this evening before veering farther away from us. A prime viewing time is at around 5:40 p.m., when the moon will appear on the horizon, the Times said. Another such supermoon won't come around again until 2034. Gee, don't be such a stranger.
Break out the old songs. Get romantic. Let your lunatic fringe fly. Howl if you wish and take a gaze at the Supermoon.