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[Photo News] Night of blood

(Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)
(Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)

A total lunar eclipse, also called "blood moon," was observed in South Korea on Tuesday evening. According to the Gwacheon National Science Museum, the lunar eclipse also blocked Uranus, a rare occasion that could be seen from the country only once between year 1600 and 2300.



By Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)
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