Over the weekend we got as close to our moon as we'll be for the next 14 months. The resulting perigee full "supermoon" appeared 13 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than normal, turning many amateur and pro photographers nocturnal over the past few nights.
While some news outlets in places like the Philippines reported that the monster moon did wreak some minor havoc with the tides, it didn't bring on thethat are sometimes predicted each time our satellite gets a little too close for the comfort of the more paranoid among us.
But it did bring out the skyward-gazing technophiles. (During last month's supermoon, Jared Earle combined hisand telescope to capture some great shots of his own.)
Many of you sent in your own supermoon close-ups, and I've posted some of them in the slideshow below, as well as a few from other sources around the world.