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Your pictures of the moon

Photo: Mike Crockford

BBC News website readers have been sending us their pictures of the biggest full moon in 15 years. This photo was taken by Mike Crockford from East Yorkshire

Photo: Antti Sankola

Antti Sankola took this picture of Timo Toivonen in the morning in Iceland, where they are on holiday

Photo: Simon Green

Simon Green captured this image of the moon from Andover in the early evening

Photo: Sue and Geoff Morris

This is a view of the moon from San Sebastian in the Canary Islands, taken by Sue and Geoff Morris

Photo: Ed Blagden

Ed Blagden took this photo from his garden in Nairobi. Ed thinks that being at 7000 feet may have given them a better view

Photo: Graeme Simpson

Graeme Simpson used a telephoto lens to capture this clear image of the moon from Derbyshire

Photo: Ed Johnson

This picture of the moonrise was taken in Los Angeles, California by Ed Johnson

Moon

Such a bright moon cannot be obscured by the trees. Photo: Aisha Ali, Coventry

Moon close up

It's surprising how close the moon looks through a telescope and with a digital camera as show here by Rumna Mandal in Florida.

Photo: Ronan Carroll

Ronan Carroll caught this image of the moon from outside his house in Bonn.

Photo: Parvez Abdulkader Khatri

Parvez Abdulkader Khatri took this picture in Mumbai, India. His hobby is photography.



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