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Super Blue Blood Moon: How to see the amazing eclipse Nasa describes as ‘extra special’

New Zealanders were among the first to see the moon rise today (Photo by Kerry Marshall/Getty Images)

The moon will turn red this morning during an incredible eclipse that will be visible around the world.

Nasa has dubbed the lunar blockbuster a ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ and said the moon would appear large and ‘reddish’ as it passes through Earth’s shadow.

Sadly, we won’t be able to see the actual eclipse here in Britain by going outside and looking at the sky – because the eclipse takes place when it’s daylight here.

But you’ll be able to watch all the action by visiting our Facebook page, which will show the eclipse as it’s… Read the full story

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