Despite the clouds Saturday night, some LA residents were still able to get a look at a rare lunar event.
Called a super "perigee moon," the orbit of the moon brought it closer to the earth than it has been in nearly 20 years.
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To the observer, a full moon varies in size due to its elliptical orbit around the earth. One side of the ellipse (perigee) is closer to the earth than the other (apogee).