The lunar eclipse last night was a sight for bored eyes in NYC, and all over the country. If you didn't get up early or stay awake to catch it (peak time was just before 3 a.m.), then you can experience it via The Internet (don't worry, even early-rising Pat Kiernan missed it). Below are some amazing time lapse videos, and click through for photos taken of the eclipse from New York, NY, USA, Earth. If you took your own photos send them along to use or tag them "Gothamist" on Flickr and we'll add them to this post.

While it's true that an eclipse hasn't fallen on the winter solstice since 1638, and won't happen again until 2094—Martha Stewart reminds us via Twitter that "next year there will be two more such eclipses." (Though NASA notes only one will be visible from North America.)