The supermoon on April 7 was the biggest and brightest of 2020. People around the world took the opportunity to capture the moment. Check out photos: 

The supermoon of the 7th of April presented all the people who are quarantine in their homes with a lot of shine and beauty. The phenomenon, which occurs when the natural satellite is closest to Earth, was the biggest and brightest of the year 2020. Several clicks recorded the moment it graced the sky.

However, this is not the only astronomical event in April. One planetary encounter and a meteor shower are also planned for this month.

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Check out the amazing photos of the supermoon clicked around the world:

 

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