Sky-watchers across Scotland were treated to a dramatic celestial event last night as a super 'blood moon' glowed overhead.
Dazzling earthlings from the Americas to western Europe, the rare astronomical event saw both a Supermoon and a lunar eclipse combine to make the moon appear copper red in the night sky.
Eager photographers were able to capture both the brightest, and then the darkest, moon of the year with some of Scotland's most iconic landmarks as their backdrop.
The double event last happened in 1982, and won’t happen again until 2033.
Take a look at some of the best pictures from across Scotland:
STV weatherman Sean Batty was also out watching the super moon eclipse in the early hours of the morning - it's amazing what you can do with a telescope and a cameraphone!
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For more information on the rare event check out the science behind the 'blood moon' here.