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Gallery: The 'super moon' over Ireland

…and around the world, as seen by you.

LAST NIGHT BROUGHT sky-watchers a ‘super moon’ – the brightest and biggest full moon of the year.

The phenomenon happens when the Moon’s orbit brings it closer to Earth than usual, making it shine brighter in the night sky.

And many of you were out snapping pictures of the moon over Ireland, as photographers did the same around the world.

So here’s how the super moon looked last night, from Ireland to India. Thanks for all your photos!

Gallery: The 'super moon' over Ireland
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  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

  • The super moon - over Ireland and worldwide

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