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In case you missed the weekend's supermoon -- the largest full moon of 2013 -- we've pulled together some of the best pictures from the celestial event where the lunar body was 14 percent larger than its usual fullness.

The supermoon peaked early Sunday, coming within 222,000 miles of Earth and turning full around 7:30 a.m. EDT.

Here are a few time-lapsed videos showing the rise of the supermoon:

If you liked these photos and videos, check out the pictures of last year's supermoon as well.



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