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Beautiful and Highly Anticipated Blood Supermoon Total Eclipse – Your Photos

28 Sep 2015, 11:38 am


Celestial bodies lined up at to form a rare and unbelievable light show.

Why it was so special:

A supermoon is a full or new moon that falls closest to the fall equinox, and is at its closest approach to the Earth. This results in the moon appearing up to 14% larger in diameter.

This lunar eclipse was the last in a series of four spanning two years, a phenomenon called a tetrad.

A tetrad is four total lunar eclipses happening at six-month intervals — that has been stunning skywatchers across the United States for the past 18 months, and also sparking conspiracy theories about what it could mean.

These events only happen at the same time every few centuries.

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