Although it was too cloudy Merseyside to see the supermoon, many of you headed far and wide to take some spectacular photo’s.
This supermoon is special because it will be closer than a usual supermoon, the moon made it’s closest approach than it has done in the last 68 years.
This resulted in the moon looking about 14% larger and 30% brighter than usual.
The next chance to see a moon this close and bright will be in in the year 2034.
— Tom Munns (@TomMunns1) November 14, 2016
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