Stargazers around the world were treated to a rare sight overnight, as a blood moon appeared in the sky during a lunar eclipse. At around 03:30 GMT on Monday, the Earth was positioned directly between the Sun and the Moon and as the latter fell into the Earth’s shadow, it was turned a dusky shade of dark red. Unlike a solar eclipse, a lunar eclipse is safe to view with the naked eye. Across the world - including in south Florida - the stunning sight lit up the sky. Click here to sign up for our newsletters. Read More Queen smiles and waves after Omid Djalili jokes about missing opening of parliament The Queen casually shrugs after Alan Titchmarsh calls her ‘heartbeat of the nation’ Orangutan mother introduces newborn baby to sibling in adorable footage
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