Above: Rob Pettengill in Austin, Texas captured Sunday evening’s rising, waxing supermoon.
Supermoon over Dallas’s famous Margaret Hill bridge. Photographed by Scottie Nguyen
Dallas downtown supermoon. Photo by Gary Akins
Supermoon photo in North Texas by Phuong Truong
During November’s full “supermoon,” the moon came closer to Earth than it has been since 1948. The moon was at it’s biggest and brightest on Monday morning (Nov. 14). Photographer Ben Lawry captured the supermoon rising over Albuquerque, New Mexico on Sunday.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.(AP,Nov 14,2016): – The moon doesn’t get much bigger and brighter than this.
The supermoon sets behind a group of fishermen at Redondo Beach, Calif. on Nov. 14. Credit: David McNew/Getty Images
Two Iranian women watch the moon rising over Tehran in Iran, Nov. 14, 2016.
Photo taken on November 14, 2016 shows a ‘super moon’ over the Potala Palace, in Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.
Jeff Camp in Omaha, Nebraska caught the rising supermoon on November 14, 2016.
Supermoon and friend Sunday evening, by Roxana Soetebeer in Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada.
Jan Haines Ricco in Michigan caught the supermoon on November 13. She wrote: “I would hold my Mother’s hand and tell her to look up at the moon when she was lonely. We both see and share the same moon together.”
Will Saunders caught the moonset – at nearly the crest of the moon’s full phase – on the morning of November 14 from Monument Valley, on the Utah-Arizona border.
Roberto Porto, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, wrote on November 14: “The supermoon, dressed with a super corona, tonight from Tenerife. Small drops of water in high clouds, produce these concentric rings with vivid colors around the supermoon.”
Prabhakaran A in India caught the waxing supermoon on Sunday.
The next supermoon-lunar eclipse combination will not happen until 2034.