Let’s be honest: the very best photos of tonight’s “supermoon” will be breathtaking shots taken by people with access to powerful telescopes that make every moon look super. The rest of us will have to settle for a moon that appears slightly bigger than usual. Still, it’s a good opportunity to pause and look skyward and enjoy a summer sky.
Your best chance of seeing the moon at its biggest and brightest will be early Sunday morning. Until then, here’s how supermoon looks from just about every angle.
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