CLEVELAND– A once-in-a-lifetime supermoon was shining bright Sunday night and our own sports anchor P.J. Ziegler snapped some incredible photos of the celestial show.
The so-called “super-supermoon” appears 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a normal full moon, according to Cleveland State research astronomer Jay Reynolds. It hasn’t happened since 1948.
In P.J.’s pictures, the moon looks huge peaking out from behind Terminal Tower along the Cleveland skyline.
If you missed the supermoon, make sure to check it out Monday evening.