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The last supermoon of 2019: ‘Super worm equinox moon’

The supermoon as seen from Germany. The name “super worm equinox moon” comes from Native American tribes who said such moons signaled the thawing of winter snow and the reappearance of earthworms in the soil.

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The moon hovers over the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. 

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The view from Cyprus.

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The moon as seen from Maryland.

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The view from Frankfurt, Germany.

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The moon sits above the Santiago de Compostela cathedral in Galicia, Spain.

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