Senior NASA photographer Bill Ingalls is true to his words when he said photographing the supermoon near an iconic point of reference will yield a stunning result.
On November 14, the whole world all looked up to the sky to get a good look at the majestic November supermoon or beaver moon, which is said to be the biggest one in 69 years. However, apart from the stunning photos of the full moon, alien hunters also spotted something peculiar even days before -- two alleged UFOs swiftly passing by the moon.
Prepare for a spectacle as a Supermoon – the biggest and brightest in almost 70 years – graces the Monday night sky. Here are stunning supermoon photos taken by people all over the world.
The best way to preserve the historic supermoon happening on Nov. 14 is to take good images of it when it happens. Experts say there are sure ways to capture good ones.
Aside from naming it the "Beaver Moon," native Americans also called in the "Frost Moon," the "White Moon," the "Milk Moon" and "the Flower Moon."
The year 2016 has been full of surprises, from political to space issues, but with only two months until it ends, the 2016 skies will give aficionados a spectacle of a lifetime. After the supermoon on Oct. 14, two more will come in November and December, the former being one of the biggest supermoons in 69 years.
NASA senior photographer and a UK astrophotographer shared tips on how to photograph the supermoon like a pro.