A supermoon lights up skies over the Indonesian island of Bali on Monday morning, putting a spotlight on a smouldering Mount Agung. — Reuters

Mount Agung has been spewing plumes of smoke from its crater since last week, and although it seems to have calmed in the last few days, officials warn there’s still a chance of an imminent eruption.

Supermoons occur when the moon reaches its closest point to Earth, and it just so happens that this was also the last full moon of the year.

04 Dec 2017 | 1,261 views

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