September supermoon: Your pictures
Astronomers and photographers have been out in their droves around the world taking images of the final supermoon of 2014.
A supermoon is so described because it appears bigger and brighter than usual due to its proximity to the earth. The phenomenon is also known as a "perigee full moon".
Since this supermoon occurs in September, it is also categorised as a "harvest moon". This is because it is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox of 22 September.
BBC News website readers and BBC fans on Twitter have been sending in their images taken over the past few days.
Chris Carroll-Davis took his two young sons up to the graveyard at St Mary's Church in Pakenham, Suffolk, UK, to see the moon. He said: "It was handy as they were able to keep the motion-activated lights going in the churchyard which lit the edge of the gravestone."
Ali Basil took several pictures of the supermoon on Monday in Kuwait.
Ian Garfield in the West Midlands, UK said: "The last supermoon of the year, the harvest moon tonight looked pretty spectacular. Quite a warm glow, signalling the end of the summer."
Ikbal Hardal took this image in Manisa, Turkey of the harvest moon. He shared it with his friends and followers on Twitter where he tweets using the handle @ikbalhardal. He described it as a "smoking moon".
Back in the UK, the crew of NPAS Barton (the Greater Manchester Police Air Support Unit) shared this image on their Twitter stream of the harvest moon viewed from their spot high in the sky.
Rachel Stewart made the moon appear rather romantic when she took this photo while out with friends in Cippenham, UK late on Tuesday.
Carolyn G Anderson took this picture of the harvest moon peering through the trees in her back garden in St Joseph, Minnesota, USA.
Dermott McCaughan used his phone to take this image of the supermoon over Mount Maunganui, New Zealand.
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