Blood moon | Rare LUNAR ECLIPSE shines over the skies of Argentina

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RT published this video item, entitled “Blood moon | Rare LUNAR ECLIPSE shines over the skies of Argentina” – below is their description.

A near-total lunar eclipse, the LONGEST in centuries, lit up the sky above Buenos Aires. The dramatic celestial show created by the RARE alignment of the sun, moon and earth was visible in all parts of the world where it appeared above the horizon during the eclipse.

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