Unless you are a mild insomniac or were geeky enough to set an alarm, you likely missed out on last night's lunar loveliness. At around 3am in the UK, the big ball of cheese that orbits our planet turned red, heralding a total lunar eclipse that happened to coincide with a super moon.
The next one won't arrive until 2033 – so stick that date in your diary and see if when it does come around again, you can top some of these excellent images from the UK and beyond.
Big Ben - Westminster
What time did the eclipse begin? If only there was some sort of massive clock to tell us.
Newry, Northern Ireland
— Kelly Redmond (@KellyMRedmond) September 28, 2015
These images from Newry show the eclipse in full so if you slept through it, you can be sure you didn't miss a thing.
Image Credit: Kelly Redmond.
The moon is pictured behind the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge.
Image Credit: Kris Williams.
Image Credit: S.A Cember.
The city most synonymous with bright lights and noise still couldn't block out the super moon and the eclipse.
— NASA (@NASA) September 28, 2015
The Moon overlooks the US Congress, which is currently undergoing maintenance on the dome, and slightly ruining any photos.
Image Credit: NASA
A Galaxy Far, Far Away
— Neff (@Neff213) September 28, 2015
Of course, some Twitter users were a little sceptical of the official explanation...