The last of this summer's three supermoons rose on Monday night and our reader Mark Farinas captured a crazy close-up of it in the above video.

The bright, full moon — which gains its "super" status from being at the point in its orbit when it is closest to Earth — is bathed in San Francisco fog, but never completely concealed by it.

As Farinas explains on YouTube, he zoomed in using "a Fuji X-T1 through a prime focal t-mount and Minolta 2x teleconverter on an Orion Observer 70mm EQ."

And this concludes your moment of zen for Tuesday.