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Supermoon on the rise

Saturday night saw the rise of the supermoon over the Strait of Georgia. Many Campbell Riverites were out snapping photos of the phenomenon, a full moon occuring when the moon’s orbit comes closest to the earth. Others enjoyed a beach fire and the moon beautifully reflected on the sea. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Saturday night saw the rise of the supermoon over the Strait of Georgia. Many Campbell Riverites were out snapping photos of the phenomenon, a full moon occuring when the moon’s orbit comes closest to the earth. Others enjoyed a beach fire and the moon beautifully reflected on the sea.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror

Saturday night saw the rise of the supermoon over the Strait of Georgia. Many Campbell Riverites were out snapping photos of the phenomenon, a full moon occuring when the moon’s orbit comes closest to the earth. Others enjoyed a beach fire and the moon beautifully reflected on the sea.

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