World witnesses supermoon from lockdown

Some astronomers expect the moon to come closer to the Earth than at any time since 1948.

    Coronavirus has bound the world together in a shared crisis but we can also share in a rare joy, even under lockdown.

    On Tuesday night a supermoon rose. It appeared to be the biggest and the brightest this year. Moreover, it will appear full until Thursday.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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