People who missed the lunar eclipse in the early hours of Friday may be able to catch another one next year.
The event was the longest partial lunar eclipse since 1440, clocking in at around three-and-a-half hours.
Skygazers will be treated to the longest-lasting partial lunar eclipse in 580 years on Friday, as the moon aligns with the Earth and the sun.
During this "almost total eclipse," the longest partial eclipse for a century, the moon will move into Earth's shadow and take on a red coloration.
The moon is expected to glide past more planets over the next few days, providing an opportunity for skywatchers to snap photos.
People in several parts of the Northern Hemisphere were treated to a "ring of fire" solar eclipse on Thursday.
In addition to the June 10 annular solar eclipse, there will be 224 solar eclipses visible from Earth in the 21st century.
Last night's total lunar eclipse coincided with a supermoon. It could be some time before this happens again.
The event should see the moon turn a coppery red color as it passes behind the Earth's shadow for a moment.
The Geminid meteor shower will reach peak activity on the night of December 13-14.
Unfortunately the eclipse won't be visible for most of the Eastern hemisphere, but other parts of the world will be able to enjoy the penumbral eclipse and strawberry moon.
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The event in the Earth's upper atmosphere had been theorized before, but never detected.
"It's like the eclipse shape was burned into her retina," a doctor said about one patient.
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But solar eclipses have been known to affect temperature and wind.