Mars is at its biggest and brightest in over a decade, as it comes into a particularly close opposition.
Mars comes into opposition — the point when Mars and the Sun are on directly opposite sides of the Earth — once every two years.
But on Sunday night, as the Red Planet edged towards its closest point to Earth in 11 years, it appeared much bigger and brighter in the night sky than usual.
Amateur astronomer Dr Ian Musgrave, from the University of Adelaide, said it would trump Venus as the brightest object in the sky, aside from the Sun and the Moon.
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