A RARE sight filled the sky this week – the Sturgeon Moon.

The Sturgeon Moon or Blue Moon only occur once every 2.7 years.

Because this is the third of four full moons this season, it is known as a blue moon due to its rarity.

Here are a selection of pictures taken by Salisbury Journal Camera Club members.

The spectacle does not appear blue in the sky however, but is fully illuminated by the sun.

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