Longest partial lunar eclipse of the century seen from Tokyo

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The longest partial lunar eclipse of the century could be seen from Tokyo on the morning of Friday (19 November) as stargazers around the world came out to see the astronomical phenomenon.

Dubbed a Beaver ‘blood’ moon due to its reddish appearance, it was visible from around 7am this morning and will be able to be viewed for around six hours depending where you are in the world.

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