If you weren’t looking up at the sky last night, you probably missed the most spectacular night-sky phenomena of the past 68 years. Here’s your chance to see yesterday’s moon at its biggest and brightest in the past seven decades.
The supermoon as seen from Colorad Springs, Colorado
— Lyle Aspinall (@LyleAspinall) November 15, 2016
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 14, 2016
Here it is rising over New York City, NY
Residents of Fremantle, Australia had a spectacular view
The so-called Supermoon appeared up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than usual, as it came about 22,000 miles closer to the Earth than average.
Fishermen enjoyed the light of the moon at Redondo Beach pier
Venice Beach welcomed in the Supermoon with this spectacular view
— Dharma (@Kloppholic) November 15, 2016
It was cloudy over London last night, but someone still managed to capture this stunning shot of the moon from the Shard
lovecapetown: RT MrCPT: #SuperMoon
Photo by: _PSYLo_
— Stephanie Young ???? (@TresorsStudio) November 15, 2016
Cape Town residents got its fair share of last night’s supermoon too
Although the next Supermoon will occur next month, the moon won’t be this close to Earth again until November 2034