Supermoons Around the World

Superfluous Moon

Earlier this week most of us were treated to a supermoon, the brightest moon in 68 years. A supermoon is when a new moon or full moon coincides with the closet approach the moon makes to the earth on its elliptical orbit. It looked really close, but it was still 221,526 miles away from the center of the earth.

If you experienced cloudy skies or just didn’t look up mark your calendars for November 25, 2034. That’s the next time the supermoon phenomena will occur.

The above image was taken by photographer Rob Lyons and captures an amazing supermoon over Vancouver, British Columbia.

Nairobi, Kenya – James Wahome

Romania – Daniel Nicolae

Denver, CO – David Brown

Loganville, GA – Liam Douglas

Winnipeg, Manitoba – Keith Levit

By Steven Hughes

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