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Rare Supermoon Eclipse Will Be Last Until 2033

In the wake of the pope’s visit to the United States, a rare – and unrelated celestial event – will happen in the heavens. You’ll see it either Sunday or Monday, depending where you live. What’s in store is a lunar eclipse, which by itself isn’t that uncommon. You might see as many as three of those a year. What’s special is that it coincides with a supermoon, when the moon is closer to Earth than any other time in its orbit. It appears bigger and brighter.   “The last...

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