1 of 8 BBC News Online users sent in their photographs of the lunar eclipse. We start with Nigel Bateson's contact sheet from the highveld in South Africa.
2 of 8 Thomas Robitaille: "Thirty minutes before the end of totality, around 2130, with ruins of the St Andrews Cathedral, Scotland, in the foreground."
3 of 8 Tom Davis: "The lunar eclipse, as viewed from the Parc de Collserola, Barcelona, Spain, at approximately 2140."
4 of 8 Rev Mitchell Bunting: "Lunar eclipse at about 2145 when a gap appeared in the clouds on the horizon in Edinburgh."
5 of 8 Peter Everett: "I spent two hours out in the cold looking for the eclipse and didn't see it! On the way to the kebab shop I spotted the moon coming out of eclipse as the cloud had started to break."
6 of 8 Peter Rooke: "Taken in Wimbledon Park at roughly 2200."
7 of 8 Brian Baker: "I took this outside my house in Ash Vale, Surrey at about 2220, the Moon is half covered."
8 of 8 Dave Jones: "Here's a long-exposure shot taken of last night's Lunar eclipse. I took it from the bridge where the B3404 crosses the M3, Winchester (not far from Twyford Down)."