If skies are clear Sunday night December 3rd, look for a super moon, appearing 10 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than usual. Super moons occur when the full moon is at the closest point of its orbit to the Earth.
According to NASA, this super moon is the first of three coming in close sequence, along with a lunar eclipse. The other two super moons occur January 1st and 31st, 2018. The late January super moon will also be a blue moon and takes place during a total lunar eclipse visible from western North America, the Pacific and Eastern Asia. (Blue moon is a term for the second full moon in a single month, something that happens only every 2.5 years.)
To learn more about this trilogy of super moons, watch this NASA video.