If you saw the 2016 super moon, then you saw something very rare, and it won't be seen again until the 25th of November 2034. Sad, because when the moon is 221,524 miles away, it makes for an amazing site.
But it was an amazing site that many Twitter users captured in a photograph while they could. Some of them range from neat, to completely unreal. Here are some of the highlights.
— walter (@waltermas) November 15, 2016
— Loyola Chicago (@LoyolaChicago) November 15, 2016
— Cheryl Dyer Molleson (@Cherylanndyer) November 15, 2016
— Anup Kaphle (@AnupKaphle) November 14, 2016
Photo of the supermoon over London, taken on Waterloo bridge.
— Megan King (@iola_k) November 15, 2016
— Lisa Fabre (@lisafabre88) November 15, 2016
These last photos were supposedly taken by a Twitter user in Cape Cod. They're so good that their authenticity was in doubt, but if they are legitimate then these are some of the most breathtaking photographs of the super moon ever taken.
took a little break to admire a little of what cape cod has to offer pic.twitter.com/pOOtrIRyab
— Nasty Women Rise (@51PercentofUS) November 15, 2016