Full Moon will be the last of 4 in a row
This year's Sturgeon supermoon will not be welcomed by everyone.
The Sturgeon Moon, 2022's fourth and last supermoon, will occur on Thursday.
Look for the Sturgeon supermoon in the southeastern sky, approximately a narrow palm's width to the lower right (or 5 degrees to the celestial south) of Saturn.
This stunning moon display is unlikely to be appreciated by everyone because it coincides with one of the year's most anticipated meteor showers.
While most North American observers would ordinarily be able to see 50 to 60 meteors per hour,
According to NASA, the full moon will restrict meteor visibility to roughly 10-20 per hour at most
A full moon happens when the moon and sun are opposite each other and the sun shines directly on the moon.