Star gazers and space nerds aren't the only ones who will want to look up for this once-in-a-generation event happening now. 

By now, there's a good chance you've heard about the incredible "supermoon" that will be visible over Earth for the next 24-48 hours. Perhaps you've already grabbed a peek after the sun went down on Sunday night. But if you want to truly take in what makes this "supermoon" so SUPER, then you better set your alarms.

According to NASA, the very best time to scope out the "supermoon" in Maine is at 6:22 a.m. Monday morning. It's proximity to Earth will be closest at that very moment, and will look stunning. If the early morning hours aren't your thing, NASA suggests any late night hours on Sunday night or the early evening hours on Monday night as the difference won't be anything noticeable.

By the way, if you miss out on seeing this particular "supermoon", mark your calendars for 2034. NASA says that's the next time a "supermoon" like tonight will be visible again from planet Earth.

So bust out the binoculars, the telescope or just use your old-fashioned eyeballs, Before you know it, this "supermoon" will be its regular old self.