Supermoon Outshines the Sun


Brandon Santana

Supermoon shines above Lake Worth.

Israel Taylor, Entertainment Editor

Sunday and Monday night, the moon overshadowed the Sun due to its sheer size and bright orange hue. A Supermoon is when the moon is closest to the earth. This month the moon was especially large for the first time since 1948. Many took advantage of the exponential emission off light the moon provided and picnicked at the beach or went for a midnight drive. If you missed it, don’t worry! 2034 you’re sure to experiene such a phenominon.

“I was at the hospital visiting a friends mother so i missed it! i heard it was so pretty.  I tried to look for it but from my house I couldn’t see it.” said senior Chomphunut.

The moon was so big I can’t believe i have to wait until I’m 30 to see it again.” said senior Nhuy Nguyen.