Cameras in the Hudson Valley were focused on the skies Sunday night, capturing the historic Supermoon.

Sunday night's full moon was the closest to earth since 1948 and weather conditions in the Hudson Valley were perfect for stargazers hoping to catch a glimpse. The moon appeared low in the horizon by night fall and slowly rose above the Hudson Valley as the evening continued.

Early in the night the moon glowed brightly and continued to shine as it appeared to grow in size. Early Monday morning the moon seemed to be at its largest as it hovered over the Western horizon.

Our listeners captured some incredible images of the moon. Check out nine of our favorites:

The good news for those of you who missed the Supermoon is that you have another chance on Monday night. The full moon will rise again early in the evening giving Hudson Valley residents another chance to capture this historic event on camera.

If you take a good shot, please share it with us on our official Facebook page or in the comments section below.