The view from Taipei

The China Post
Date: November 15, 2016

p16aThe moon rises above Taipei on Monday, Nov. 14. The moon was on Monday its closest to Earth since 1948, resulting in the biggest visible full moon in more than 60 years. No such supermoon phenomenon will appear this big again until Nov. 25, 2034. Stargazers in Taiwan, with telescopes in hand, ventured to more remote and higher parts of the island to get a clearer view of the lunar wonder.    [SOURCE]

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