Supermoon: Your pictures
August 14, 2014 - Supermoon
10 Aug 2014
Last updated during 23:40 GMT
Stargazers have been holding images of a fantastic ‘supermoon’ overnight. The materialisation means a moon – that is personal as a ‘perigee moon’ by astronomers – appears bigger and brighter than common since of a vicinity to a earth. Some were propitious adequate to also see a Perseid meteor showering that is caused by a Swift-Tuttle comet shedding partial of a astronomical physique and withdrawal behind a route of dust.
On Twitter, a hashtag #supermoon2014 was trending as people common their images, while here is a preference sent in to a BBC.
This classical shot of a supermoon was taken in Shawford nearby Winchester in a UK by Linda Enfield as she looked towards Twyford and a South Downs National Park.
Jeff Reardon was opposite a Potomac River in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia when he saw a moon over National Harbor, in Washington DC, USA.
Kim Sullivan showed off her design taken in Tottenham, London, UK, on Twitter regulating a hashtag #marblemoon. She said: “I’m an pledge photographer and couldn’t skip a ideal print opportunity.”
John O’Neill pronounced that he went out with his iPhone to take his design in his garden in Purley, UK since a supermoon was a “unique event”.
Edward KC Wong pronounced it was an “amazing moment” to declare a supermoon while he was out with his family in Hong Kong, China.
Bill Del Grosso snapped a cityscape in Abu Dhabi, UAE when he took this design of a supermoon.
Neslyn Talavera says: “I gathering around city for a while until we found a ideal moonscape in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.”
Meanwhile artist David Paul Jobling took this design of a supermoon in in Adelaide, Australia.
Gabriela Zazpe Fernandez in Montevideo, Uruguay, was told about a materialisation by one of her friends.
Rifard Khalideen in Kandy, Sri Lanka, says he did not have to use any filters for his shot of a supermoon, that he common opposite amicable media sites.
Mike Meynall was in Blackheath, London, UK when he took this design of a perigee moon rising over a city. The subsequent supermoon is due to seem on 9 September.
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