Rare Super Blue Moon Shines Over Aotearoa

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The world has witnessed a rare super blue moon, with New Zealanders having the opportunity to see it overnight.

This celestial event marked the first super blue moon in 14 years, and it won’t return until 2032.

A super blue moon occurs when a supermoon, which appears larger and brighter due to its proximity to Earth, coincides with a blue moon, which is the second full moon in a calendar month.

It’s a spectacular astronomical sight that captures the imagination of people around the world. Did you see it?

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