As promised, checkout the Supermoon photo slideshow provided to us by Bham Now readers.
Fun Supermoon facts:
The moon on November 14th looked 15 percent bigger and 16 percent brighter than a typical full moon.
The “supermoon” of Nov. 14 was dubbed the “Beaver Moon” because it falls at a time of year when American settlers trapped beavers ahead of the winter. It was the biggest full moon observers have seen in the sky since 1948.
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NASA said the next full moon that will look this big won’t occur until Nov. 25, 2034.