In case you missed it, here is a photo of the Supermoon from Saturday night. To see a whole slew of images of the moon from around the world, follow the links below.
“The size and brightness of an object follows an inverse-square law, which means that a full moon at perigee is 12% larger and brighter than an average full moon. However, because the offset of the moon’s orbit versus its phases is only two days, this change in appearance is gradual from month to month and therefore is not usually noticeable to a casual observer.” – Wikipedia
Photo Credit: The Queen’s Hall posted under Creative Commons