Supermoon visits Washington

A supermoon rises behind the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., on Sunday. NASA says this year the supermoon is up to 13.5 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a typical full moon is. When this shot was captured, the moon was at perigee, about 221,824 miles away, as compared to the 252,581 miles away that it is at its furthest distance from the Earth (apogee).
Photo by: NASA/Bill Ingalls

U.K. supermoon

This close-up of the supermoon was taken by a Crave reader from the United Kingdom using a Canon PowerShot SX 50 HS Bridge camera.
Photo by: Sherwin Coelho

How super was it?

The perigee supermoon was over 13 percent bigger than a normal full moon, according to the SLOOH Space Camera's live coverage from the Canary Islands.
Photo by: SLOOH/Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Moon over New York

Crave reader and New Yorker Syed M. Ahmed took this shot of the moon against a strikingly dark night sky using a Canon 6D with Canon 100-400 lens at 400mm. Minor adjustments were made in Photoshop Elements and
Photo by: Syed Ahmed

Spanish supermoon

This shot shows the supermoon at dusk with the skyline of Madrid in the foreground.
Photo by: YouTube/Rafael Martinez Ramon; Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Moon at perigee from the Canary (Islands)

This close-up of the full moon at perigee comes from the SLOOH Space Camera's live HD broadcast from the Canary Islands on June 23.
Photo by: SLOOH/Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

The supermoon goes to Washington

The Washington Monument points out the perigee full moon over the weekend.
Photo by: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Super kuu!

Can you say kuu? That's moon in Finnish. This shot of the super-kuu was taken after dusk from Finland over the weekend.
Photo by: YouTube/Galervo80; Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Supermoon of the Southwest

A view of the viewer: The supermoon in the sky behind the Prescott Observatory in Arizona.
Photo by: SLOOH/Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Full moon as seen by SLOOH

One of the clearest views of the supermoon came from the SLOOH Space Camera's HD broadcast of the event.
Photo by: SLOOH/Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Perigee and Panic

The full moon played a starring role in an outdoor Widespread Panic show in Kansas City over the weekend, when the image of the large orbiting rock was projected behind the band during a cover of "Werewolves of London" as a tribute to the celestial event.
Photo by: YouTube/colbruce; Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

Far eastern satellite

In China, this distant look at the supermoon was taken from Guangzho.
Photo by: YouTube/NewChinaChannel; Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET


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