The supermoon shone over the Earth, and it was the biggest moon since 1948. The moon that shone on Earth was approximately 14% larger and 30% brighter than an average moon, and there will be no moon like this until November 25, 2034. It was indeed a rare sight as it was closest to the Earth. The last such supermoon happened 70 years ago.
All eyes were on the sky as stargazers around the world enjoyed supermoon as it made its way across the skies on Sunday and Monday. The super moon or blood moon as people are calling it was produced when the shadow of the Earth covered the full moon resulting in the rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year.
The site was such that anyone having a camera couldn’t resist. Here are some of the breathtaking pictures taken by enthusiasts worldwide:
Spectacular, isn’t it?