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Super moon lights night sky

'Perigee' full moon appears about 14% larger and 30% brighter than a regular full moon
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A so-called 'Super Moon has lit up the night sky. also known as a 'Perigee' full moon, appears about fourteen percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a regular full moon.
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The Super Moon was seen on June 23 seen here over San Salvador, El Salvador.
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A photographer in Tenerife takes the opportunity to capture some images.
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The moon appeared pink above the desert in Palestine’s West Bank.
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The moon illuminated the desert much more than on a regular night, looking more like a sun than a moon.
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The moon illuminated the desert much more than on a regular night, looking more like a sun than a moon.
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The moon can be clearly seen as it rises behind the Capitol building in Washington DC.
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Nasa took some stunning images of the Super Moon, including this one with the moon lurking behind the Washington Monument.
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The haze in Singapore affected that region’s view of the Super Moon.
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In some places, clouds added to the dramatic effect, including in Rome, Italy.
Mon 24 Jun 2013 11:48 AM GST
Last Updated: Mon 23 Jan 2017 04:38 PM GST