PUBLISHED: 14:03 20 February 2019
If you missed the moon phenomenon yesterday, you may still be able to see it today.
The spectators of the sky sent their photos of the spectacular spectacle of yesterday's snow super moon.
It was the second full moon of 2019 and the tallest and brightest form that the moon should have this year.
The phenomenon made its first appearance on February 18 and should be seen today. However, it will not be as visible as yesterday.
Read more: All you need to know about today's snow super moon
A supermoon occurs when the orbit of the moon is closest to (perigee) the Earth at the same time as it is full. This can make the moon appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter.
Jim Slight, of the Darsham Astronomical Society, said, "Supermoon is simply a term for the full moon when it is closer to the Earth.
"I believe this is attributed to the North American Indians who gave the various moons a name reflecting the time of the year and the season.
"For example, in the fall, you have the harvest moon, this one is called the Snow Moon because there was traditionally snow in the plains of North America.
The first full moon of 2019 was lifted in the early hours of January 21st.
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After today, we will not see the full moon until March 21st.
If you took pictures of the super moon, make sure to send them to us here.