November 14 supermoon in the Hunterphotos

Capture the supermoon…or a cloudy sky | photos Cloudy sky hides the supermoon from ANZAC Walk in Newcastle. Picture: Nicola King
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Cloudy sky hides the supermoon from ANZAC Walk in Newcastle. Picture: Nicola King

INSTA @kathproszkowiec No visible supermoon tonight – however there were some super epic snaps taken 🌙🌕🌊. 📷 by me 🙌🙌🙌 #newcastle #newy #fullmoon #supermoon #newcastleaustralia #newcastlensw #blueskies #somuchexcitement #moon #nomoon

INSTA @emilyharden Tonight’s view of the #supermoon was rude.

INSTA @wanderandwhimsy Last night’s haze after spontaneous swims. Hopefully we can get a look in at this super moon between the clouds tonight.

INSTA @moneyperry Grey skies and no #supermoon over #newcastle

INSTA @moneyperry Cameras and kids waiting for the #supermoon in #newcastle

INSTA @moneyperry Spectators give up on seeing the #supermoon in #newcastle tonight

INSTA @insta__j_b Oh great. Of course they put the #supermoon behind a damn paywall…

INSTA @insta__j_b Oh great. Of course they put the #supermoon behind a damn paywall…

INSTA @afrikaner_viking Lots of people here for the moon

INSTA @jonnie_d90 If I choose the right filter you can nearly see the moon… #nearly #overcast #oversight #stillnosighting #badmoonrising #betteroffwaitinganother18years

INSTA @ashgarland Supermoon? I think not! 😝#cloudcover

INSTA @jonostreich Managed to catch a photo of a thunderstorm in the horizon at blacksmiths beach on Saturday night! #photography #thunder #lightening #storm #beach #camping #picoftheday #night #stars #colour #exposure #canon

INSTA @aiza_m_rojo We drove around the Bays just to see you! 🌙 See you again in 2034 #supermoon

TweetFacebookSupermoon or super-flop -send your photos to [email protected]南京夜网南京桑拿.All eyes were on the sky on Monday nightas the much-hyped supermoon tried to rise through the clouds.

The moon wasat its most spectacular as the sky darkenedand while it wasclose to the horizon. It was expectedto 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than an average full moon.

A supermoon occurs when you have a combination of two things: a full moon and the moon at perigee – the point in its orbit when it is approaching Earth at its closest. On November 14, this will brought the moon 50,000 kilometres closer to Earth.

It’s the biggest one in almost 70 years. It’ll be 18 years until it’s this close to us again. It’s pretty special.

But, a cloudy sky hid the moon for most sky watchers.

Some caught a quick glimpse of the moon as the clouds moved, but most captured the super-flop.

Whether you were one of the few lucky ones and captured the supermoon’s magic, or photographed a “supermoon fail” –a cloudy sky, we’d love you to share it with us.

Send your photos to [email protected]南京夜网南京桑拿.

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