As space enthusiasts across North America were looking up to the skies for last night’s total lunar eclipse, Vancouver was one of the best spots to see it.
Many stayed up late or woke up early to take in the sight.
In Vancouver, the total eclipse was at its peak between 3:25 and 4:24 a.m.
Half way there. Not so much clear skies in #vancouver but still visible! #LunarEclipse pic.twitter苏州美甲美睫培训/3n5ymD4hMK
— Mae Menor (@maemenor_) October 8, 2014
— Cheryl Smith (@CherylSmithWV) October 8, 2014
My view of tonight’s eclipse #Nanaimo#eclipse#LunarEclipsepic.twitter苏州美甲美睫培训/ZryMkzVfte
— Kate Davis (@kdavisfood) October 8, 2014
Lunar eclipse as seen from downtown Victoria Doug Clement Photography Lunar eclipse as seen from East Vancouver Submitted by Glen Robinson
Lunar eclipse as seen from downtown Victoria
Doug Clement Photography
Lunar eclipse as seen from East Vancouver
Submitted by Glen Robinson
The eclipse was visible across Canada and the United States.
Many Canadian cities got a good glimpse of the natural phenomenon.
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The next lunar eclipse will take place in April of next year, but Canadians across the country will be able to enjoy a partial solar eclipse coming up on Oct. 23.
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