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November Supermoon 2016: Best Photos From Across the Globe - 13 Nov 2016
Marseille, France- Last night's supermoon was the biggest we'll see until 2034. Appearing 14% larger and 30% brighter than usual, the stunning spectacle was a sight to behold in many countries across the globe. According to NASA, the full moon of ...
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What Is a Supermoon? - 30 Nov 2017
The term "supermoon" has only been used in the past 40 years, but it received a slew of attention in late 2016 when three supermoons occurred in a row. The supermoon of November 2016 was also the closest supermoon in 69 years, although a closer ...
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How best to view the first supermoon of 2018 on New Year's Day - 29 Dec 2017
The first supermoon of the new year officially happens on Monday, according to NASA. But nearly full moons on the two evenings following the supermoon and the night before the supermoon should make for equally good viewing. Those nights are Sunday, ...
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How to See the Brightest Supermoon of 2017

National Geographic - 21 Nov 2017
Tonight, sky-watchers around the world will get a chance to revel under the first—and last—full supermoon of the year. Sometimes called the cold moon in the Northern Hemisphere, the December 3 full moon will be relatively close to Earth and will ...
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Supermarket owners banking super profits, NBR Rich List shows - 15 Aug 2018
Witehira, who won the Outstanding Maori Business Leaders Award from the University of Auckland Business School in 2016, owns New World Victoria Park in the central Auckland suburb of Freemans Bay. Jason Witehira owns and operates the New World in ...
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Full supermoon on December 3

EarthSky - 26 Sep 2017
Tonight – December 3, 2017 – the full moon is what we in the Northern Hemisphere call a Cold Moon, Moon Before Yule, or Long Night Moon. It's also the year's one and only full supermoon. In other words, it comes close enough to Earth (222,443 miles or ...

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