Stargazers are set to be treated to the sight of a rare Pink Super Moon as it rises tonight.
The lunar phenomenon is set to appear in the skies across Ireland tonight and into Wednesday morning.
It will be the biggest and closest full moon of 2020.
However, it won’t actually be pink!
This super moon is called the ‘Pink Moon’ because it refers to pink flowers that bloom in North America in April.
However, it will appear much larger and brighter and will be visible as a pale orange colour.
The moon is expected to peak over Ireland at 3.35am on Wednesday when it is fully illuminated by the Sun.
If you catch a photo of the Pink Super Moon over Donegal, while keeping within travel guidelines, you can submit photos to email@example.com