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Rare 'super blue blood moon' visible for first time in 3 years Updated: 2021-05-26 13:23:38 KST

For those of us in South Korea, sky-watchers will be able to enjoy a special cosmic three-for-one deal tonight, "a super blue blood moon."
Half of the world will witness it for the first time in three years: a lunar eclipse, a supermoon and a blue moon.
The "super blue blood moon" combines a 'supermoon' which is a full moon that is at its closest to the earth, a 'blue moon,' the second full moon of the month' and a lunar eclipse, which occurs when the earth casts a shadow over the moon.
In South Korea, you can catch it best at 8:09 PM, Korea time.

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