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Portrait of the

superluna

The researcher at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC) Daniel López used 26 photographs to complete this image of the 'supermoon' that lit up the sky last week .

The expert was able to capture the satellite from the IAC80 telescope at the Teide Observatory on the island of Tenerife, although the resulting image is actually a mosaic of a total of 26 captures that he needed to complete the lunar circle.

A week ago the lunar perigee took place, at which time the satellite's orbit places it at the closest point to Earth, offering a view of a full moon 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a full moon. common night. This phenomenon will not be seen in this way again for two decades and, therefore, astronomers and amateurs did not miss the opportunity to portray it.

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