Sky gazers in North and South America saw a rare total lunar eclipse on Tuesday morning - turning many people into amateur astronomers.
The Moon moved into the earth's shadow slowly turning it a bright orange colour over the course of an hour.
The phenomenon is called a lunar eclipse, or a 'Blood Moon.'
The Moon was fully eclipsed and was witnessed across the Americas by whoever looked up into the sky.
People also went onto Twitter to show off their photography of the unique moment:
Some Pictures from Oklahoma City of the Lunar Eclipse. http://t.co/GgPT2kXYYq
Many enthusiasts queued up to get buses to the Griffith Park Observatory to try and see it.
The total phase lasted around 78 minutes.
Video courtesy of the Griffith Park Observatory and NASA:
YouTube user Charles Rhee said of the video he posted:
I had to setup quickly and only managed to get a few frames in before the clouds rolled in.
Tuesday's eclipse will be the first of four total lunar eclipses that will take place between 2014 to 2015.
People also posted onto Twitter images of the red planet Mars, alongside the Moon:
The combination photograph below shows the Moon during a total lunar eclipse as seen from Mexico City.