‘Supermoon’ appears on sky of Beijing on Spring Equinox day

2019-03-22 15:54 千龙网

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The last “supermoon” of the year is seen on the sky of Beijing on March 21, which is also the day of Spring Equinox, the fourth term of 24 solar terms. [Photo by Yang Xiancan/tuku.qianlong.com]

The last “supermoon” of the year is seen on the sky of Beijing on March 21, which is also the day of Spring Equinox, the fourth term of 24 solar terms. [Photo by Yang Xiancan/tuku.qianlong.com]

The last “supermoon” of the year is seen on the sky of Beijing on March 21, which is also the day of Spring Equinox, the fourth term of 24 solar terms. [Photo by Yang Xiancan/tuku.qianlong.com]

The last “supermoon” of the year is seen on the sky of Beijing on March 21, which is also the day of Spring Equinox, the fourth term of 24 solar terms. [Photo by Zhao Yadan/tuku.qianlong.com]

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