The what you say? I said the perigee-syzgy moon. That is the scientific term given to the largest full moon during the year. But the common name is a lot more descriptive. People have the tendency to call anything that is bigger or brighter or better, "super" and the moon is no exception. When the moon appears the biggest it will be in a year, it is called the Supper Moon. That will happen real soon, in fact it will happen on August 10th. Yep on August 10th at 2:00 pm EDT the moon will be the closest and brightest for the year, but since it is in the middle of afternoon, we will not see it. So, here is a picture that shows the SuperMoon and the MiniMoon that happened last year:
You know, I bet no one will notice, even a few hours afterward when it gets dark. Yes, it will appear big and bright, but how could you tell if it is bigger or brighter than the last full moon? Could you remember exactly how big and bright the last one was? Any normal person couldn't. But I would suggest that you at least go out on the 10th and take a look. If you are in a location where the moon rises after dark, it will appear the largest as it comes up.
Here is another picture that shows the 14% difference in apparent size between Perigee and Apogee (The closest its orbit comes to Earth and the furthest its orbit gets from Earth):
Well anyway, don't get moon struck but have a great day, you hear?