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It appears that a rock from a comet slammed into the moon during the total lunar eclipse at the weekend, astronomers say.
Credit: The Age - Published 3 weeks ago

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Skygazers in the northern hemisphere have been treated to the astronomical spectacle of a "super blood wolf moon".
Credit: SBS - Published on January 21, 2019

A total lunar eclipse will be visible for North and South America and other parts of the Western world on Monday night Australian time.
Credit: SBS - Published on January 20, 2019

A total lunar eclipse will be visible for North and South America and other parts of the Western world on Monday night Australian time.
Credit: SBS - Published on January 20, 2019

The only total lunar eclipse of 2019 will be visible from North America, Europe, the western part of Africa, and northern Russia.
Credit: SBS - Published on January 20, 2019

Here comes a total lunar eclipse and supermoon, all wrapped into one.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published on January 17, 2019

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