On Sunday night and early Monday, North and South America were able to witness the only total lunar eclipse until 2021, and it had the added bonus of being a so-called supermoon, where the moon appears bigger and brighter than normal due to the Earth's position. The eclipse was also called a blood moon because of its reddish color and a wolf moon, the Native American term for the first full moon in January. The show, which lasted three hours — totality was about one hour — was visible throughout North and South America and parts of Europe, weather permitting.

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