A “Super Moon” will rise in the east at sunset on Saturday evening. According to NASA, this unusually large full moon will be the biggest since March 1983 because it will be about 8% closer to Earth than usual (a distance of about 220,000 miles). The best time to look at the full moon is when it’s near the horizon. To celebrate, we’ve pulled together a phenomenal gallery of girls showing THEIR full moon that’s out of this world. The best time to view this oh-so-close compilation? Right… NOW.