A picture which managed to capture a jet plane silhouetted as it flies across last night's supermoon has been sent in to ITV London by a viewer.
Michael Lewis said: "I didn't see the jet until I was looking on the screen at home. Pure luck!"
The snap was taken from Canvey Island.
Londoners have been sending their photographs of the 'supermoon' taken from the capital. A 'supermoon' occurs when the Moon reaches its closest point to earth on its orbit.
Yesterday marked the closest the Moon will reach to earth for the year.
The supermoon, which is technically known as a perigee full moon, appears up to 14 per cent larger and 30 per cent brighter than when it is furthest from the earth.