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Late Sunday night, sky-watchers in the Northern Hemisphere could catch a super rare astronomical occurrence — the Super Blood Wolf Moon. Sure, it sounds like the latest Twilight saga offering from Stephenie Meyer, but it’s actually much cooler than that. Shortly after 10:30 p.m. EST, the moon passed through the Earth’s shadow, causing it to appear red for a little over an hour. The moon is also at the part of its cycle when it is closest to Earth, meaning it appeared extra large in the sky.

If you saw it, congratulations! You witnessed a phenomenon that won’t be seen again in North America until 2022. If not, we’ve got you covered with a roundup of some of the most awe-inspiring photos captured from the event around the world.