Last night, a near-full moon fell into the shade as the Earth's shadow eclipsed the lunar disk. The event was visible throughout North America, South America and even Hawaii. Sky watchers with clear skies were able to capture a dramatic sight through their camera lenses. This is the first lunar eclipse of 2014. In this dazzling view, a full moon rises over
cacti near the Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona, on Monday night before the eclipse.