Supermoon Shines Over Kilauea Volcano

Storyful Published January 1, 2018 0 Plays

Rumble A moon that appeared bigger than usual shone over Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, which was spewing lava, as seen in this timelaspe video taken on January 1. New Year’s Day’s full moon was considered a “supermoon,” which seemed larger in size and brighter due to its proximity to Earth. A total lunar eclipse involving a “blue moon,” which is the second full moon in a month, will be expected on January 31, according to Space.com. Credit: Warren Fintz via Storyful

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