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A partial lunar eclipse could be seen in many parts of the world last night. Called the Beaver ‘blood’ Moon, people emerged in the wee hours of Friday morning to view the rare event.
Lunar eclipses occur when the moon moves into the shadow of the Earth. According to NASA, the beaver moon saw the longest partial lunar eclipse in over 500 years. The eclipse lasted over six hours.
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