Well, the full moon was the closest it has ever been to the Earth since 1948 – a phenomenon that you'll have to wait another 18 years for if you missed it Monday night.
Thankfully, we have the Internet, which captured some amazing Western New York supermoon sightings.
— Dave Vogan (@Dave_WX) November 15, 2016
Of course, if you can't wait another 18 years to catch the supermoon, you can always re-create the experience from home.
Too cloudy to see the Supermoon tonight? Simply place a tortilla wrap on your window for that authentic experience... 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/1CfxL1AqDF
— Joe Vargas (@JoeVargas) November 15, 2016
If you would like to share your own image of the supermoon, send it to Qina Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org.