Supermoon over the North Thompson Valley

On Monday, Nov. 14, the distance between the Earth and the moon reached its shortest point

Pictured is the supermoon over the North Thompson in the Louis Creek area on Nov. 14

Pictured is the supermoon over the North Thompson in the Louis Creek area on Nov. 14

On Monday, the distance between the Earth and the moon reached its shortest point,

The Nov. 14, 2016 supermoon was 356,511 kilometres (221,526 mi) away from the center of Earth, the closest occurrence since Jan. 26, 1948. It will not be closer until Nov. 25, 2034

The closest supermoon of the century will occur on Dec. 6, 2052. (Wikipedia)