Pictures Of The Supermoon, As The Whole World Saw It
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Melisa Goh
Sunday, May 6, 2012 at 1:09 PM
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Well before night fell stateside on Saturday, the "supermoon" was already a star. Cameras from Tokyo to Athens gazed into its light, just a little bit brighter than usual. It was enough to inspire some beautiful photos, so we thought we'd share what we've found.

Well before night fell stateside, the "supermoon" was already a star. Cameras from Tokyo to Athens gazed into its light, just a little bit brighter than usual.

It was enough to inspire some beautiful photos, so we thought we'd share what we've found.

For those who prefer science to art, NASA has a pleasant video to explain the phenomenon, called a "perigee full moon." Well, we still think it's super. [Copyright 2012 National Public Radio]



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