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Skywatchers Glimpse Last Total Lunar Eclipse for Three Years

The last total lunar eclipse until 2025 was visible on November 8 across North and Central America, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, according to NASA.

A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon moves into the shadow of the Earth, which usually results in the moon taking on a dark reddish color. This is often referred to as a “blood moon”.

This footage from Pankaj Tomar shows the darkened moon over the River Torrens in Adelaide, South Australia. Credit: Pankaj Tomar via Storyful

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