The last night, "Super Snow Moon" lit up some evenings in Oxfordshire and many others around the world.
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The February event is the brightest super-moon of the year, as it is closest to the moon at this point in its orbit.
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Pictures of the #super moon # supermoon2019 in South Oxfordshire and West Berkshire tonight at 5:45 pm #Nuageux #StripMoon #AlwaysLookUp #Photography @VirtualAstro @ThePhotoHour @StormHour @TheOxfordMail @reading @SwaleWeather @BBCSouthWeather #Oxfordshire #Berkshire pic.twitter.com/WxLsjk67Qa
– Thames Valley Weather (@ThamesVWeather) February 19, 2019
Members of the Oxford Mail Camera Club (such as Becca Collacott, above and Jean Douglas, main image) managed to get great pictures of the past moon of the night.
And photographer Mary McIntyre has also managed to capture this incredibly detailed picture.
She said that she had been taken to Oxfordshire with a William Optics 70mm refractor, 2x Barlow and Canon 1100D on an EQ5 Pro stand installed on a permanent pillar.
She added, "This image of Moon is dedicated to my lovely friend Richard Bailey, a lover of the moon, who died sadly shortly after he was sent on February 19th.
"RIP my beautiful friend of astronomy."