The penumbral eclipse gave the moon an unusual colour.
Skygazers have enjoyed the first full moon and eclipse of the decade.
Friday evening saw a penumbral lunar eclipse, which sees the moon darkened by the Earth's outer shadow.
This is different from a total lunar eclipse, where the Earth blocks the sun's light from reaching the moon.
Friday's penumbral lunar eclipse — said to give the moon a tea-stained colour — was visible from around 18h CET to 22h, mainly in Europe and Asia.
Here are some of the best pictures from last night.
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