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Missed Seeing Supermoon? Here's How The World Gazed At The Rare Sighting

 
The last time the moon came this close to the earth was in 1948 so naturally yesterday’s Supermoon was a big event around the globe. Yesterday night, the moon was only 356,509 kilometers away from the earth which led NASA to coin the term “an extra-Supermoon” for this rare sighting. People from around the globe took to high-rise buildings, tourist landmarks and beaches to catch a glimpse of the Supermoon. Asia was the first to see the phenomena that send astronomy enthusiasts and photographers to the best viewing experience. In Australia, people came to locations with picnic mats and cameras to not miss the opportunity. Take a look at the Supermoon pictures from across the world
The last time the moon came this close to the earth was in 1948 so naturally yesterday’s Supermoon was a big event around the globe. Yesterday night, the moon was only 356,509 kilometers away from the earth which led NASA to coin the term “an extra-Supermoon” for this rare sighting. People from around the globe took to high-rise buildings, tourist landmarks and beaches to catch a glimpse of the Supermoon. Asia was the first to see the phenomena that send astronomy enthusiasts and photographers to the best viewing experience. In Australia, people came to locations with picnic mats and cameras to not miss the opportunity. Take a look at the Supermoon pictures from across the world
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