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Superluna alrededor del mundo: fotos espectaculares

Imágenes del fenómeno en diferentes ciudades del planeta. El satélite natural no se aproximaba tanto a la Tierra desde 1948 y no planea volver a hacerlo hasta 2034. Pero lo que al público en general puede asombrarle, no siempre es del total agrado de los científicos.

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La Luna es la protagonista del cielo en estas noches. Esto se debe a que es la más grande y brillante de los últimos 70 años porque se ubica en el punto de su órbita más cercano al planeta Tierra.

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El satélite natural no se aproximaba tanto a la Tierra desde 1948 y no planea volver a hacerlo hasta 2034. Pero lo que al público en general puede asombrarle y disfruta contemplar, no siempre es del total agrado de los científicos.

People stroll along the Tagus riverside in Lisbon as the moon rises Sunday, Nov. 13 2016. The so-called Supermoon on Nov. 14, 2016, will be the closest a full moon will have been to Earth since 1948. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)

The "supermoon", the closest the moon comes to Earth since 1948, rises over the Power and Light building in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, U.S., November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Dave Kaup

The moon appears in the sky a day before the "supermoon" spectacle in Vienna, Austria, November 13, 2016.  REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger

The moon rises near Glastonbury Tor a day before the "supermoon" spectacle, in Glastonbury, Britain November 13, 2016.  REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

An aeroplane flies past the London Eye wheel, and moon, a day before the "supermoon" spectacle in London, Britain, November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville

The moon rises over an antenna on the top of a building in Madrid on November 13, 2016, on the eve of a "supermoon". On November 14, 2016, the moon will orbit closer to the earth than at any time since 1948, named a 'supermoon', it is defined by a Full or New moon coinciding with the moon's closest approach to the Earth. / AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN

The moon rises behind the España building in Madrid, on November 13, 2016, on the eve of a "supermoon". On November 14, 2016, the moon will orbit closer to the earth than at any time since 1948, named a 'supermoon', it is defined by a Full or New moon coinciding with the moon's closest approach to the Earth. / AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN

A man stands on a balcony of a building of Madrid as the moon rises in background, on November 13, 2016, on the eve of a "supermoon". On November 14, 2016, the moon will orbit closer to the earth than at any time since 1948, named a 'supermoon', it is defined by a Full or New moon coinciding with the moon's closest approach to the Earth. / AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN
A man stands on a balcony of a building of Madrid as the moon rises in background, on November 13, 2016, on the eve of a «supermoon».
On November 14, 2016, the moon will orbit closer to the earth than at any time since 1948, named a ‘supermoon’, it is defined by a Full or New moon coinciding with the moon’s closest approach to the Earth. / AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN

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