Watch supermoon rise over Lake Tahoe on New Year's Day
A supermoon was observed across the world on New Year’s Day, January 1, with video here showing the supermoon rising over Reno, Nevada. This video was captured by a Nevada Seismological Laboratory camera overlooking Lake Tahoe.
McClatchy Nevada Seismological Laboratory via Storyful
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