A so-called "supermoon" full moon will pass through Earth's shadow in what promises to be a dazzling total lunar eclipse Sunday night (Sept. 27) for skywatchers with clear skies. But if Mother Nature ruins your weekend, don't fret. You can still catch the lunar sight online.
The last time there was a supermoon lunar eclipse, in 1982, moon observers had few, if any, options to watch the celestial event remotely. But today, a multitude online webcasts will ensure the lunar show goes on, rain or shine — filmed from observatories across the world and guided by expert narrat...
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