Do not forget that tonight (early hours of Monday 28, starting at about 1am) is the time for the Total Eclipse of the Moon. The Moon is also at it’s closest approach to the Earth, so it looks 14% bigger than when at the other extreme, and that is called a ‘SuperMoon’ when also a full moon.
It is 30 years since this combination of Eclipse & Supermoon last happened and, if the moon is covered or you otherwise miss it, you will have to wait until 2033 for the next chance.
See my email on 8 September for full details.
--------- Alex Kemp