image copyrightIsmail Duru/Anadolu Agency via Getty Imagesimage captionThe Strawberry Moon in Ankara, Turkey

On the night of the 24 June, the final supermoon of the year was captured by photographers around the world. At this time, Earth's natural satellite appears bigger and brighter in the night sky.

Each month, the full Moon has a different name. The Strawberry Moon is said to have been so named because it coincides with the season for harvesting the fruit in North America.

image copyrightAyhan Mehmet/Anadolu Agency via Getty Imagesimage captionThe full moon rises behind the Temple of Poseidon near Athens in Greeceimage copyrightOgnen Teofilovski / Reutersimage captionThe Moon rises behind the 66m (217ft) high Millennium Cross in Skopje, North Macedoniaimage copyrightStephen Coates / Reutersimage captionTelevision antennas in Ronda, southern Spainimage copyrightStephen Coates / Reutersimage captionIn Australia the moon shines down on Sydney Harbour Bridgeimage copyrightAmr Abdallah Dalsh / Reutersimage captionThe cross of St Antony Church is seen as the supermoon rises over Zahraa El Maadi, a suburb of Cairo, Egyptimage copyrightJesus Merida/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Imaimage captionThe full supermoon rising over Malagueta beach in Malaga, Spainimage copyrightAngela Weiss / AFPimage captionThe Statue of Liberty in New York seemingly looking towards the rising Moonimage copyright Sefa Karacan/Anadolu Agency via Getty Imagesimage captionThe Moon hangs over the Russian Foreign Ministry building in Moscowimage copyrightTayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Imageimage captionAs the Moon rises, an aircraft passes in Paterson, New Jersey, USA