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The night sky had a display in store on Wednesday this week, with a rare Super Blue Blood Moon lunar eclipse. This happens when the Moon is at its closest to the Earth, appearing about 14 percent brighter than usual, and is simultaneously a ‘blue moon’, the second full moon in the same month, as well as a total lunar eclipse or ‘blood moon’. Such a lunar event that hasn’t been seen since 1866.
This photo shows the Super blue blood moon rising over Selimiye Mosque in Edirne District of Turkey.

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