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The heavens are lining up in the first total lunar eclipse to be seen across Australia since July 2018...
...And this lunar eclipse also just happens to occur shortly after the Moon is closest to Earth (perigee), so that makes it a blood red "supermoon" (or a perigee-syzygy eclipse, if you want to use the astronomical term)...
...This full moon (and eclipse) also happens to fall nine hours after the Moon has reached its closest point to Earth this month (357,311 kilometres away), so it is a supermoon.//