Did you see the supermoon last night? The supermoon happens when the moon, which follows an elliptical orbit around the Earth, reaches a point closer then usual. We won’t see another one until 2034!! So if you saw it in the sky(which was hard to miss) then you witnessed a special moment!
IN SPACE - MAY 20: In this handout provided by NASA, sun spots are seen as the moon moves into a partial eclipse position after reaching annularity during the first annular eclipse seen in the U.S. since 1994 on May 20, 2012. Differing from a total solar eclipse, the moon in an annular eclipse appears too small to cover the sun completely, leaving a ring of fire effect around the moon. The eclipse is casting a shallow path crossing the West from west Texas to Oregon then arcing across the northern Pacific Ocean to Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by JAXA/NASA/Hinode via Getty Images)(Photo by JAXA/NASA/Hinode via Getty Images)