Last night, People from Eastern Africa, Central Asia, the Middle East and Western Australia witnessed the second largest total lunar eclipse of the present century. The eclipse began at 17:24 GMT and ended at 2300 GMT — last for about 100 minutes in its totally phase.

We have complied a set of pictures taken by people who were there to witness it. Take A Look!

Photo by Ivan Milutinovic. (Credit to Reuters)
(Credits: S S Mirza/AFI/Getty Images)
(Credits: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters)
(Credits: Maxim Shepenkov/EPA)
(Courtesy: Derek Keats, space.com)
(Credits: David Matthews)
(Credits: Marko Drobnjakovic/AP)
(Credits: Leonard Mercer)
(Credits: Phillip)
(Photo: Reuters / Nir Elias)
(Photo: Reuters / Jon Nazca)
(Photo: Reuters / Nir Elias)
(Photo: Reuters / Nir Elias)
(Photo: Derek Keats of Johannesburg, South Africa)