Watch a Stunning Timelapse of the Rare Supermoon Lunar Eclipse | Mashable News

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If you looked up at the night sky at the right time on Sunday, you probably saw the rare blood-red supermoon lunar eclipse, which could be seen from the Americas, Europe, Africa, parts of Asia and the east Pacific. It hasn't happened since 1982 -- and won't happen again until 2033.

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This timelapse, tracked by Associated Press cameras, shows various stages of the moon moving through the sky, including the eclipse peak and the moon coming out of the Earth's shadow.

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