Super Moon, as seen by National Geographic


As the most of you know, last week, our lunar neighbor made the closest approach to our planet Earth, and resulted in the phenomenon called “Super Moon“.

last Sunday, the moon appeared 8% larger and 17% brighter than the usual.

Interestingly, National Geographic launched a special section in their “Your Shots” page online so that photographers and amateurs can send their pictures of the super moon.

Here are some of the very interesting uploaded pictures.

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Hope you liked the pictures 🙂

Remember you can still submit your Super Moon pictures to national geographic here. (with the hashtag #supermoon)

Blessed be

Zeus

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