A runner makes his way along a trail on a butte in front of the “super Moon” at Papago Park in Phoenix, Arizona May 5, 2012. A “super Moon” will light up Saturday’s night sky in a once-a-year cosmic show, overshadowing a meteor shower from remnants of Halley’s Comet, the U.S. space agency NASA said. The Moon will seem especially big and bright since it will reach its closest spot to Earth at the same time it is in its full phase, NASA said.
The ‘supermoon’ is seen from Chevy Chase, Maryland.
The supermoon rises from the top of the Haramoun mountain, as seen from Marjayoun village in South Lebanon.
The supermoon rises behind the Temple of Poseidon in Cape Sounion, south east of Athens, Greece, while tourists watch.
The ‘supermoon’ is seen from Mexico City.
The supermoon rises near an apartment block in Bucharest.
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