Jersey Shore residents are getting ready to look up to experience something in our skies that will not be seen again until 2034.

The upcoming supermoon is going to be the biggest since the one that occurred way back in 1948 and it will be another 18 years before it happens again. So when should you start paying attention to the sky?

Experts say this full moon, which will be so large in the sky because of how close it will be to the Earth, will be the biggest on November 13th and 14th. NASA says the moon will look 30% brighter and 14% bigger than usual, according to msn.com.

The Jersey Shore skies are very busy and pretty brightly lit, and every time there is a meteor shower or other hyped up event, all I usually see is a jet heading into or out of Newark, so I'm pretty excited about this.

I don't think I'll have any problem locating the moon.