Look to the Sky today a super moon is shining in different ways in the different part of the world.
A “supermoon” is a full moon that appears larger and brighter than the usual full moon. It appears when the moon orbits closest to Earth during its full phase. A blue moon, on the other hand, is the second full moon in a month, while a blood moon is seen when a full moon temporarily turns red during a total lunar eclipse due to the refraction of sunlight.
This phenomenon was well documented on social media, as netizens shared their own snaps of the moon taken from different cities and provinces. Here are some photos you may want to check out: