Clear skies tonight will make for good viewing of the annual meteor shower called The Perseids because of where they appear in the sky.
Did you witness the Transit of Venus?
The moon came within about 221,802 miles of the Earth. That is about 15,300 miles closer than average.
Pictures from viewers have been coming in to our newsroom.
Astronomers and stargazers across the ITV Meridian region will be up early on Wednesday morning for an event none of them will live to see again. In 2004, hundreds of people watched the spectacle from the observatory at Herstmonceux. We uploaded Roz Upton's report from 2004.
Eddie Howland sent us this picture of the 'super' moon just before Midnight in Burges Hill, in a break in the cloud that lasted just a few minutes.