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Post time 2018-9-24 11:00:17 |Display all floors
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People in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province posing with the super "artificial moon" to celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival on September 24, which is an important festival for family reunions in China. Although there are some small differences due to time zones, the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, features the idea that the moon looks the same to everyone as night falls across the globe. [Photo: VCG]

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People in Beijing posing with the super "artificial moon" to celebrate upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival on September 24, which is an important festival for family reunions in China. Although there are some small differences due to time zones, the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, features the idea that the moon looks the same to everyone as night falls across the globe. [Photo: IC]

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The super "artificial moon" is seen in Changling Lake, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province on Saturday, September 22, 2018. Although there are some small differences due to time zones, the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, features the idea that the moon looks the same to everyone as night falls across the globe. [Photo: IC]

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The super "artificial moon" attracts attention in Xiangyang, Hubei Province on Saturday. The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important festival for family reunions in China. Although there are some small differences due to time zones, the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, features the idea that the moon looks the same to everyone as night falls across the globe. [Photo: IC]

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People in Hong Kong posing with the Jade Rabbit, also called the Moon Rabbit, to celebrate upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival on September 24, which is an important festival for family reunions in China. Although there are some small differences due to time zones, the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, features the idea that the moon looks the same to everyone as night falls across the globe. [Photo: IC]

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