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.


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


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



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


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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