Your photos: The supermoon from November 14th

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EARTH —¬†Experts say this was the biggest supermoon since 1948, and we won’t see it like this again until 2034.

Overnight from November 13, 2016 to November 14, the supermoon rose into the sky, offering a bigger and brighter moon than normal.

“We’ve got some clouds out here tonight, which makes it a little bit more challenging, but it’s really cool sometimes to look at the moon through clouds, because it looks really eerie, kinda like a Halloween moon. I’d call it a Halloween moon that we have tonight,” said Alan Sheidler, president of the Popular Astronomy Club of the Quad Cities.

The supermoon will turn precisely full on November 14, 2016 at 7:52 a.m. Central Time.