Did you catch a glimpse of the unusually large moon shining in the sky overnight?
A "supermoon," also known as a perigee moon, occurs when the full moon comes closest to the Earth. The result? The moon looks bigger and brighter.
Several social-media users shared snapshots of the phenomenon this weekend. Click here or scroll down to take a look.
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