November Super Moon

These are pictures of our Super Moon here in the U.S. Southeast.  The last time we saw a super moon was 1948.  We will not see another super moon until Nov. 25, 2034.  This moon is closer to the earth, thus it appears 16% bigger and is 30% brighter.

This picture was taken yesterday November 13 at 4:30 p.m. – just as the moon began to rise in the East.

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It was not long before the clouds began to cover the moon.

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Later in the evening the moon seemed brighter and the clouds thickened.

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This last picture was taken at 6:30 a.m. November 14 as the moon was leaving our view and  traveling West.

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25 thoughts on “November Super Moon

    1. Barely caught that last shot before that moon went over the horizon. Too many trees here, need to be on a hill top. I have hundreds of sunrise, sunset photos – get carried away and have a hard time discarding any of them.

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  1. Last night was beautiful here! I tried to get a picture, but the camera was messing with me. So I decided to just enjoy it! It wasn’t really too big, just very bright! Your pictures are amazing!

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  2. Super Moon – what a great name! Thanks for sharing. I have a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s poem is about the moon in case you have time to look? Lunar greetings! Sam 🙂

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