Last night saw the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century, lasting an impressive one hour and 43 minutes.
As the UK was peppered with thunderstorms, brought on by theof the previous days, many of us couldn't see the lunar phenomenon through the clouds. But lots of people, all over the world, could...
Earth's natural satellite turned red in colour as our planet blocked out light from the sun, which usually results in the shining moon we see in the night sky.
During the lunar eclipse, the full moon was illuminated by sunlight filtered and refracted by the Earth's atmosphere, causing the reddish tinge.
Here are a few of the sightings across the world of the blood moon lunar eclipse...