Here's the Supermoon From 2015 Rising in the Southern Hemisphere (File)

StoryfulPublished: May 31, 2017
Published: May 31, 2017

In the lead-up to the supermoon expected November 14, 2016, a photographer released a timelapse video of the September 28, 2015, supermoon, shot from the southern coast of Australia.

The 2015 “super blood moon,” which was a <a href="http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-09-28/rare-super-blood-moon-wows-sky-watchers-across-globe/6811208" target="_blank">total lunar eclipse,</a> was captured by sky watchers and astronomy enthusiasts around the world. The supermoon for 2016 is expected to be the biggest and brightest in <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/10/the-science-of-supermoons-the-lunar-lowdown-on-the-biggest-and-brightest-in-60-years" target="_blank">more than 60 years</a>. Supermoons are about 30 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than conventional full moons.

This video shows a timelapse of the 2015 moon shot from Barwon Heads, which sits along the southern coast of Australia in Victoria.

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