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If you noticed last night’s sky looking unusually bright, you weren’t the only one!

Wednesday marked not only the first day of Spring, but also brought with it the third and final supermoon of the year – a phenomenon which won’t be visible again until 2020.

Supermoons appear larger and brighter than regular full moons, and in case you missed the lunar spectacle last night, check out these 12 photos to see how it lit up the horizon:

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Full worm super moon rising over Victoria.

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Another photo from last night

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Oh hello there, Super Worm Moon. . “The full moon of March with also be the final Supermoon of the year 2019 and it also happens to be on the same day as the Spring Equinox, making it a rare event.” . Did you happen to see the Supermoon tonight? Let me know what you thought of it in the comments 🌝 . . . . #itsathing #victoriahype #victoriabuzz #supermoon2019 #superwormmoon #explorevictoria #victoria #natgeo #canadavacations #depthobsessed #explorecanada #landscape_love #beautifulbritishcolumbia #explorebc #thecanadiancollective #yyj #do250 #jaw_dropping_shotz #shotoncanon #prismphotocontest #shotwithlove #xposuremag @artofvisuals @createexplore @thecreatorclass @canoncanada @tourismvictoriabc @victoria_buzz @victoriahype @dailyviewvictoria

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