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Look up, it's a supermoon; Anti-Trump rally Uptown

Here’s what you need to know for Monday, Nov. 14, 2016:

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  • The International Socialist Organization staged an anti-Trump rally Sunday night. (The Post)
  • We have the low-down on those new recycling bins you’ve seen around town. (The Post)

Good Morning,

If the moon caught your eye last night, it was for good reason.

Observers of the night sky last night saw a supermoon — the moon at its biggest and brightest.

The phenomenon occurs when the moon is closest to earth. This year, it’ll be closer than it has been in 30 years, meaning it’ll shine up to 30 percent brighter than usual, according to NASA.

Don’t be glum if you didn’t catch it. You’ll have a chance to see it again tonight.

The supermoon comes just as Ohio University starts to build a new astronomy observatory at The Ridges. It should be open in 2017.

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Weather

Little wind and a high of 62 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

Scores and Game Times

The men’s basketball team beat Southern University on Saturday. Women’s basketball beat High Point on Sunday. Iowa State upset the hockey team Saturday.

You might also want to know …

A man was found guilty in connection to a $18.7 million maple syrup heist. (CBC)

The University of Oklahoma has suspended a student in connection with hate speech aimed at black University of Pennsylvania students on the messaging app GroupMe. (Philly.com)

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