Last ‘supermoon’ of the summer captivates spectators
Monday evening's full Harvest moon and third "supermoon" of the summer had people all over the planet looking up and into their cameras as they tried to get the perfect shot.
A "supermoon" occurs when the moon turns full during its perigee – when it’s the closest to the Earth during its orbit.
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