11 Pictures Show How The World Captured The Surreal Supermoon Last Night

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Krabi, Thailand. Credit: Arts.hub

On the nights of November 13 and 14, 2016, the moon came super close to the Earth.

The last time this phenomena occurred was on 26th January, 1948 and the next time will be on 25th November, 2035. 

The word 'Supermoon', was first used by an American astrologer who said that whenever the moon is closest to earth, its size will appear bigger and it will be 14 times brighter.

People all over the world, made the best use of their cameras to capture this magnificent sight and came up with fantastic pictures.

Some of the best photographs taken around the world of this Supermoon, will turn you into a moon-gazer.

The Supermoon captured over Sydney.

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The Supermoon was clearly visible despite high pollution in New Delhi.

Supermoon to Bloodmoon

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Super Moon to Blood Moon. Credit: Wikipedia commons

Washington glowing under the Supermoon light.

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Washington Monument. Credit: Skeeze

Islamabad

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Credit: Jaam Saqi

Supermoon in full glory in Islamabad.

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Credit: Kashif Javed

A massive Supermoon captured behind the mountains of Dehradun.

Supermoon in the Himalayas of Nainital.

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