The year's first "supermoon" - when the full moon appears larger than normal - will be visible over Krakow this weekend if weather conditions remain relatively clear. According to NASA, the first full moon of the year will be the fullest on February 9 at 2:33 am ET.
This full moon is the fourth largest moon of the year and a precursor for three consecutive supermoons.
The official 2020 supermoons are the March worm moon and the April pink moon. At its furthest, the moon is 253,000 miles away from the Earth.
A supermoon takes place when the moon is full and its orbit at its perigee point is closest to Earth.
Astronomers encourage professional photographers and also skies gazers to download and install applications and also maps to track the development of the moon throughout the skies in order to make discoveries simpler.
The moon will be at its fullest 7.33am GMT Sunday morning. The scientific term of supermoon is "perigee syzygy".
'Lying roughly in a line with Saturn and Jupiter, the planet Mars will appear to the upper right of Jupiter at about 19 degrees above the horizon'. This means that the first supermoon of 2020 will only appear partially for stargazers in India sometime in the evening.
The Super Snow Moon rises next to the Parthenon Temple at the Acropolis archaeological site on february 19, 2019.
And it'll be formally complete at 10.53 am EST according to NASA's Skycal.