This was the blood-red supermoon pictured over Portsmouth early today.
The effect is created from a lunar eclipse with the moon near to its closest point to the Earth.
During a lunar eclipse, the moon turns a deep rusty red, due to sunlight being scattered by the Earth’s atmosphere.
Pictures are by Andrew Matthews of the Press Association.
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