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In case you missed it.

Talia Avakian
November 15, 2016

The biggest supermoon since 1948 lit up the skies on November 13 and 14. If you missed it, don't worry: Photographers around the world captured some incredible shots.

A supermoon, which NASA defines as when a new or full moon occurs within 90 percent of its closest approach to Earth, can make for stunning images.

The next time the moon will be as close to Earth will be Nov. 25, 2034.

These are just a few of the incredible shots that travelers and photographers captured around the world.

"MoonShard" Largest #supermoon in 70 years folks. Get out there and shoot! #theshard #shard

A photo posted by Dan Montalbano Photography (@danmontalbanophotography) on

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