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Why the lunar eclipse is like a sunset

The show of the century happened above Earth. A lunar eclipse was mostly visible in the Eastern Hemisphere, mainly Africa and Asia. Some in the Western Hemisphere couldn't see it because it happened during the day. Adam Cole, a reporter and producer for NPR's science desk, joined CBSN to discuss the celestial event.
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