May’s super flower moon lights up the night skies – in pictures


The May full moon, known as the flower moon, coincided with it being at its closest to the Earth during its orbit, making it appear larger and brighter. May’s supermoon also coincides with a lunar eclipse in which the moon will turn red, but that will only be visible in parts of South America, Australia and south-east Asia



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