With Halloween just around the corner and the clocks about to go back, we’re set to find the end of the month wrapped in ever-increasing darkness whether we like it or not. Not so great for the daily commute, fantastic if you’re partial to a snooze. With night now looming that little bit longer, it’s also the perfect time to turn the lens skyward to celestial muse. Between the Harvest Moon and Orionid meteor splendour, the last few weeks have offered pretty impressive cause to push astrophotography to the public fore. As the biggest, brightest, and most beautifully-lit body in the sky, the moon perhaps captures attention like no other. It’s out of reach (to most), yet in near constant sight; it’s big and bold, yet its relative size can baffle as much as beguile. Away from the science? Well, it’s simply a magnificent sight to behold. From super moon to subtle daytime peek, we’ve compiled a selection of images showcasing that magnificent sight at its magical best.