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The lunar eclipse over the Atomium in the Belgian capital.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Geert Vanden Wijngaert / Associated Press

The lunar eclipse above the ancient Colosseum.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALESSANDRO BIANCHI / REUTERS

A partial lunar eclipse is seen over the village of Zejtun, lit up for its parish church feast of Saint Catherine.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DARRIN ZAMMIT LUPI / Reuters

A view of the lunar eclipse above the bridge across the Dnieper River in the Ukrainian capital.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SERGEY DOLZHENKO / European Pressphoto Agency

A composite of images shows the moon in various stages of a total lunar eclipse, which occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the sun that refracts as it passes through Earth's atmosphere.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AAMIR QURESHI / AFP/Getty Images

The lunar eclipse was seen in several regions, including the Middle East.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP/Getty Images

A portion of the moon crosses into Earth's shadow. The lunar eclipse lasted for 100 minutes, surpassing an eclipse in July 2000.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARSHAD ARBAB / European Pressphoto Agency

Malaysian government officials observe the moon using telescopes.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AHMAD YUSNI / European Pressphoto Agency

A man walks by as a partially eclipsed moon rises in the sky.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Marko Drobnjakovic / Associated Press

The moon during the total lunar eclipse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP/Getty Images

The moon during the eclipse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP/Getty Images

The moon during the eclipse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP/Getty Images

A composite of images shows the moon during the eclipse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP/Getty Images

The moon rises over the Castel dell Ovo, during the total lunar eclipse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CIRO FUSCO / European Pressphoto Agency

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10 Comments

  1. June 15, 2011, 4:59 pm

    Joel 3v31 "The sun shall be turned to darkness and the moon into blood before the great and terrible day of the Lord come."

    By: dunardnz @yahoo.com
  2. June 15, 2011, 5:34 pm

    AWESOME

    By: MOISES
  3. June 15, 2011, 5:58 pm

    that's pretty!

    By: sarah
  4. June 15, 2011, 6:59 pm

    lol it hasnt happened yet and im SOOOOOO tempted just 2 fly 2 africa 2 c it!

    By: deistny@yahoo.com
  5. June 15, 2011, 10:13 pm

    It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine….

    By: Matches Malone
  6. June 15, 2011, 10:34 pm

    very beautiful picture , tq for sharing

    By: alyani
  7. June 16, 2011, 1:28 am

    Incredible photography! Thanks for the full moon shots! http://filmbudget.com

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  8. June 16, 2011, 8:48 am

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