Rare 'Super Blue Blood Moon' Will Be First in 35 Years
30 January 2018
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"Lucky sky-watchers are about to get a cosmic three-for-one deal, as the second super-size full moon in a month undergoes a dramatic total lunar eclipse on January 31..."
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