In the evenings between May 6 and the morning of May 8, 2020, people all around the globe had the excellent opportunity of witnessing the last supermoon of the year - the so-called Flower Moon. The name of this spring moon comes from Native Americans, who determined the seasons of the year by tracking supermoons. This is because supermoons typically occur every season, 3-4 times a year, and they mark the point in time when the Moon is closest to the Earth, which makes it appear up to 15% larger than usual.
This last supermoon was a real beauty, appearing in shades of red, pink, and yellow across the globe. But even if you didn't get the chance to gaze up in the sky, you can admire the beauty of the Flower Moon in the following 12 photos capturing the supermoon in different corners of the Earth.
1. The supermoon rising over the Ely Cathedral, England, UK