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Early Saturday morning, the night sky will feature a rare blood moon lunar eclipse and it will be the longest such event in roughly a century. Even better news, Australians are expected to be among those with the best view of the slow-moving astronomy event.
The event will kick off at about 3.15am (AEST) on Saturday, July 28. The moon will start to turn red from about 5.30am.