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Created June 22, 2013 by
The most-super supermoon of 2013 is about to light up the sky, and you'll have a chance to see it in all its fullness and brightness.
On Sunday, the supermoon will reach perigee, which is when part of its orbit is closest to Earth. This will make the full moon appear larger in the sky – the biggest and brightest moon of the year.
So that got us thinking: Why not try to reach out for the moon while it’s so close?
CNN iReport challenges you to use your arms and hands to create a unique shot of you reaching for the "super moon." You’ll have to get a bit creative and use some forced-perspective illusions when photographing the moon on Sunday night. (The photo above is a great example.)
Check out the top supercreative supermoon shots here! We'll be adding more photos throughout the day, so make sure to send in your supermoon images too.