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Total lunar eclipses: 'Blood moon' is third of four

Saturday morning's total lunar eclipse is among the astronomical highlights of 2015, visible across the western U.S. The full eclipse, when the face of the moon is completely shaded by Earth, will begin at 4:58 a.m. and last for just under five minutes. That makes this the shortest total lunar eclipse of the century.

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