First Supermoon of Summer Lights Up the Night

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The Supermoon at 12:30 a.m. Saturday. Credits: All Photos Tony Di Domizio
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The first of three Supermoons brightened the night Saturday.

The Supermoon is a phenomenon in which the Moon is full and perigee at the same time.

The next Supermoons are Aug. 10 and Sept. 9.

The best place to view the Moon during such an event is on the horizon.

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