Well, ..., Tonight's Full Moon will rise in the East at about ~7:34PM in your time zone. The Moon will be at Perigee and it's the closest approach that we've seen on 20 years
Read the article below and here's a short FAQ about tonight's Super Full Moon.
Q) Will the entire world be able to see what people are calling "the biggest moon in the last 20 years?"
A) Yes, the Full Moon at Perigee (Super Full Moon) should be very visible for the entire world. Moon should rise at 7:34 PM EDT (generally the same time for all time zones) on March 19th and be visible for the entire night.
Q) Will the difference be obvious?
A) According to NASA calculations, the full Moon should be 14% larger and 30% brighter that average full moons. Whether the average person will perceive it as such will vary from person to person.
Q) What times are best for viewing?
A) Again, Moon should rise at 7:34 PM EDT on March 19th and be visible for the entire night. If you've got a view directly to the coast, then the full Moon rising form the Ocean should be especially beautiful.
Q) Is this something people may want to ready their telescopes for?
A) You won't need a telescope for this event. Generally the full Moon is so bright that most of the lunar landscape is wiped out by the glare. Since this moon will be 30% brighter the Lunar landscape will be even more obscured. The best times for viewing the moon are when there is a shadow (terminator) on the moon. The views along the terminator (because of contrast) generally offer the
However, if you still want to get your scope out a look at the Moon by all means do so. As always be cautious, if you suffer from an eye impairment then consult your physician before viewing the Moon. I do recommend using a double ringed polarizing lunar filter to limit the amount of light coming from the moon. However, generally speaking, viewing the Moon is not like viewing the Sun. Other than a little temporary night blindness, the Moon's reflected light should not harm your eyes even if you don't have a filter. However, you should never view the Sun without an approved solar filter as irreparable damage will occur. Also do not use an in-line solar filter (solar filters that screw into an
eyepiece) for viewing the Sun as they can unexpectedly fail.
All things considered, the evening of March 19th, 2011 should be a perfect time to just sit and enjoy the beauty of the largest full Moon in the past 20 years.