'Supermoon' images captured across Wales

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Image source, Wales Air Ambulance
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The supermoon over Dafen, Carmarthenshire, as captured by the Wales Air Ambulance crew.
Image source, Denize McIntyre
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The larger than usual moon lit up Laugharne's town hall, as seen by Denize McIntyre during a dog walk in Carmarthenshire.
Image source, Paul Knowles
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Eye in the sky: The supermoon as seen by Paul Knowles over Llanelli, Carmarthenshire.
Image source, Joann Randles
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Joann Randles captured Sunday night's spectacular supermoon across the waters of Tenby, in Pembrokeshire.
Image source, Frank Moore
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Frank Moore captured this view of the supermoon, which was the last opportunity to see one in 2017.
Image source, Chris Grandon
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Chris Grandon took this picture of the phenomenon over Caerphilly. It happens when the Moon reaches its closest point to Earth, known as a perigee Moon.
Image source, Annette Marie Townsend
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A supermoon occurs when the perigee Moon is also a full Moon, as seen here by Annette Marie Townsend in Cardiff.

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