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Did you miss this week's total lunar eclipse? And are you extremely strapped for time? Fear not, because the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles has posted a 60-second time-lapse video of the celestial treat online.
The video captures an event that hasn't happened over North America in 152 years: a Super Blue Blood Moon and total lunar eclipse.
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Given the rarity of all four events happening at once, combined with the fact that many people in North America may have been sleeping when the lunar eclipse happened during the early morning hours of Jan. 31, the Griffith Observatory has made catching up easy.
The Griffith Observatory staff began filming at 2:45 a.m. PST. The entire video lasted nearly 4 hours, but the staff compressed it into 60 seconds, with no time stretch until moonset, they wrote on YouTube. In fact,...
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