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Moon turns red during total lunar eclipse(6 images)

The moon, sun and Earth aligned to create a total lunar eclipse on November 8, 2022, with the moon turning red. The astronomical phenomenon was visible across North America, and also could be seen from Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and eastern Asia. The next total lunar eclipse will occur on March 14, 2025.

A full blood moon sits behind the Manhattan skyline during a total lunar eclipse on November 8, 2022. A total lunar eclipse occurs about every 1 1/2 years on average. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
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The full blood moon sits behind the Empire State Building and the Manhattan skyline. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
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The next total lunar eclipse will occur on March 14, 2025. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
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This is the second lunar eclipse that was visible from the United States in 2022, with the first one occurring in May. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
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