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Here Are the Amazing Images of Last Night’s Supermoon Eclipse in Case You Missed It

Pics or it didn't happen.

Last night, the Moon’s closest approach to Earth in its orbit coincided with a total lunar eclipse—which won’t happen again for 18 years—for an impressive show in the sky, and we’ve got the pics to prove it.

Supermoon eclipse.

(via NASA HQ)


(via NASA HQ)

There are even more images in NASA’s Flickr photo gallery, and of course, there were plenty of jokes to go around:

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