Up, up and away! Fifty years since we first stepped foot on the moon, what's the weather like up there every day?
In 1969 Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. Closer to home in Cornwall, Goonhilly Earth Station beamed those pictures to millions.
As well as being a super moon, last night also saw a 'blue moon' and a 'blood moon'.
The moon was closer to Earth last night, appearing larger and brighter than normal.
The eclipse was the first visible in the UK since 2015.
The USA will have a total eclipse but the South West will be able to see part of the sun covered by the moon.
The Moon balloon created especially for the Bristol Balloon Fiesta, is going to return to the city in 2017.
We asked for your pictures of last night's stunning moon and you responded. Thank you.