If you looked to the sky Saturday night you might have noticed something different. The moon put on a prime-time show that half the world was able to see.
This celestial treat for star-gazers began around dusk on Saturday when the full moon passed through the Earth’s Shadow producing a total lunar eclipse for sky watchers throughout North America, Europe, and Africa.
The eclipse lasted over five hours and is the last one of the year.
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