The Supermoon was shining bright in the Southern California sky Saturday. And some folks had a great view from right in the Palisades!
The celestial event is when the moon is about 221,802 miles away from Earth, the closest approach during the year, according to The Washington Post. So, the moon appears 16 percent brighter than your average full moon, says the report.
The best time to view the Supermoon in SoCal was just before 9 p.m. Saturday.
Scroll through some of the Pali Supermoon photos, courtesy of Palisadian Wendy Price Anderson!
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