Last night, people all over the city stayed up late and woke up early to take pictures of the spectacular supermoon.
Owing to the moon’s elliptical orbit, there are times when the moon is a lot closer to us than others. And according to Space.com, on November 13th and 14th the moon will be closer to the earth than it has been since 1948, meaning this is very well a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many people.
In case you need a little motivation to peek out your apartment window tonight, here are a few pictures of the supermoon that Montrealers have captured so far:
— Silvet Ali (@silvet) November 14, 2016
— Rachelle (@hamiltor_rex) November 14, 2016
— Dario Ayala (@darioayalaphoto) November 14, 2016
— Anna Asimakopulos (@asimakoaa) November 14, 2016
— Christina (@misscrazybanana) November 14, 2016
— Ponto (@Ponto_mtl) November 14, 2016
— isabel albee (@isabelalbee) November 13, 2016
— UB (@umair2608) November 13, 2016