As evenings get darker earlier and skies remain clear, it's much easier for us to see the moon. For those wanting a closer look at the satellite, Peterborough Cathedral has placed a replica within the building.
The artwork, named Museum of the Moon, was made by Bristol-based artist Luke Jerrams. It's been created from thousands of NASA images of the moon's surface and measures 23 feet across.
Peterborough charity Vivacity was responsible for bringing the installation to the cathedral.
The cathedral say the entire space exhibition is helping to prompt questions about our place in the universe.