A full moon. A supermoon. A total lunar eclipse, turning the moon red. All happening during the early hours of Monday morning
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The first and final 'supermoon' of 2017 made a rare appearance last night across the UK. The moon appeared 7% bigger and 15% brighter than normal, with a possible reddish tinge.
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Did you see the supermoon?
Stargazers were able to watch the once in 30 years phenomenon at around 1am on Monday morning, when the giant 'supermoon' turned red as it combined with a lunar eclipse.
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@newsandstar @bbc_cumbria @itvborder @cumbnews Lunar Eclipse from #Birdoswald http://t.co/AzJPK48cV4
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