Gigantic Moon Seen Crossing The Sun in North Pole in Arctic Region Between Canada And Russia For 30 Seconds? The Viral Video is Fake


The world witnessed  a full moon and the biggest “supermoon” on May 26. A video of gigantic moon appearing for 30 seconds between Russia and Canada in North Pole’s Arctic region is doing rounds on social media. In the video, it could be seen that after becoming very big, it suddenly disappeared after crossing the Sun. However, the video is a hoax. It is reportedly an animated video, which is a product of computer-generated imagery (CGI) work.

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