Stargazers set for total lunar eclipse
Saturday, 19 January 2019
A lunar eclipse is set to happen early on Monday morning, but how does it happen and when exactly can you see it?
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Dozens of excited stargazers packed the Griffith Observatory Sunday night to get a view of the rare “super blood wolf moon,” the last total lunar eclipse viewable in the Southland for more than two years. Stargazers Pack Griffith Observatory To See Super Blood Wolf Moon 01:01
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