A supermoon to rule them all
If you missed April’s pink supermoon, don’t sweat it. There have been several supermoons this year, but the “most super” super blood moon will light up skies later today for the first total lunar eclipse. A blood moon occurs during a total lunar eclipse when the Earth comes between the sun and the moon – and it could be several years before we see another one so clearly again. Luckily, Australia has premium seats for the big event, but times vary across the country so check in on the deets. The maximum eclipse will be around for about 15 minutes, and if that isn’t enough, here are the dos and don’ts on how to take a picture to last a lifetime…
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