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Nature put on an extraordinary show early Tuesday morning as the first lunar eclipse in two years made the moon glow red. Skygazers from Brazil to Southern California were mesmerized by the rare, beautiful view.

Clear skies made for ideal viewing conditions -- but if you didn't get a chance to gaze into the sky and see the "blood moon" phenomenon first-hand, check out this stunning photo gallery.

Hear from some of the thousands who packed Griffith Park Observatory in Los Angeles.

And to see a time lapse, check out the video below.