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What the ‘Supermoon’ Looked Like Around the World

A 'supermoon,' resulting from a full moon that moves around the planet at the nearest approach of its orbit appearing more than one-tenth larger and one-third brighter, was visible on Sunday night. From Spain to China and New York to Athens, here's how it looked around the world

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