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Rare super blood wolf moon will be visible this weekend

A rare super blood wolf moon will be visible this weekend. Space.com says there won't be another one until at least 2033. A super blood wolf moon is the combination of a full moon, "supermoon" and a total lunar eclipse. To see the special moon, you don't need protective eyewear like during a solar eclipse. The event will start at approximately 9:36 PM ET and end four hours later. It is expected to be visible for everyone in North and South America depending on your time zone. It can also be seen in Western Europe and in the Canary Islands.
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