On Wednesday evening it was that time again in Germany: night owls, amateur photographers and those interested in astronomy were able to marvel at a so-called super moon in the sky.
The moon seemed particularly close to earth, especially right after it rose at just before 10 p.m. The moonrise could be observed in Berlin in the southeast, in the southwest the super moon finally set again in the early morning.
According to the German Weather Service (DWD), visibility was particularly good in north-eastern Germany.
While cities like Berlin, Rostock, Schwerin and Warnemünde had a clear view of the moon, the moon in southern Germany was only moderately easy to admire. Above all in Munich, Stuttgart, but also in the Rhineland, clouds made visibility difficult.