You had to stay up very late (or get up really early) to witness the longest lunar eclipse this century…over 3 hours!

Unfortunately, the peak of the event happened around 3:00 a.m. and it was 25 degrees, so my butt was in bed and I relied on folks like TimeAndDate.com to record the event for me! And honestly, they view through their camera lens was better than my own eyes anyways!

Check it out for yourself, complete with great graphics and explanations on what is happening as it happened in real time.

Space is awesome.