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Photos: Supermoon over Oklahoma

The Moon put up a big show in the sky the last few days.

It is the phenomenon called “Supermoon” and it means the moon look much bigger and brighter than normal.

There is a good reason of why it appears this way, it happens when the moon is full on the exact day it is in orbit closest to the Earth.

Supermoons come around every 13 months.

This one has been extra special since it looks bigger than at any point in the past 68-years.


We appreciate the KFOR viewers for sending their pictures of this Supermoon!