We won't see anything like it again until 2034.
Early this morning, astrophotographers got their closest look at the moon in 70 years, and the internet won't stop talking about it. The so-called "supermoon" is a flashy name for any full moon in October, November, and December, when its elliptical orbit takes it closest to Earth, but this one was special because it was the closest it's been since 1948. Since it's such a special event, the world's tireless amateur photographers were pointing their crappy smartphone cameras toward the sky when it peaked at 8:52 AM EST today. Since then, we've sifted through at least one zillion photos from Facebook and Instagram to find legitimately beautiful images of the celestial phenomenon taken by pros and talented enthusiasts all over the world. From Rio de Janeiro to Bangkok to New York City, here's the supermoon in rare form the likes of which we won't see again until 2034.
New York City
Yosemite National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Rio de Janeiro
Baikonur Cosmodrome, Russia
Bad Berka, Germany
While it peaked this morning, the supermoon will still be huge tonight. Tag us in your best supermoon photos on Instagram at @Creators_Project, and if they're good we'll add them to this post.