Tomorrow’s moon will be the closest and brightest moon this year and the largest since 1948. It also won’t come this close to Earth again until November 25, 2034. A super-moon occurs when a full moon coincides with the moon’s closest approach to Earth, also known as perigee.
The moon is expected to reach the crest of its full phase on November 14 at 13:52 GMT, which means starting 4 PM in Lebanon. The best time to see it will be when the sun sets around 5 PM. Make sure you go somewhere dark and away from the city.
If you miss it or it’s too cloudy, then you will have to wait till 2034. You should be able to watch it live [here].