Social media lit up last night with photos of the moon in different parts of Southern California.
Here is a list of other supermoon photos from the Southland.
The scientific phenomenon known as "perigee moon" will next appear Aug. 10 and Sept. 9, according to
Last year's supermoon was 14% larger and 30% brighter than a typical full moon, prompting many Southern California residents to pick up a camera and observe the spectacle.
Aug. 10th's "supermoon" should be especially large because it will become full at the same hour of perigee.