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Blood moon


Ryan Hermens

The moon took on a burnt-orange tint minutes before a total eclipse on Saturday morning, as seen from a hill on the north side of Sidney. The moon slipped fully into the Earth's shadow at 5:58 a.m. Mountain Time, starting a total lunar eclipse for nearly five minutes.


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